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Re: pam_keyinit and common-session

On Tue, 2017-06-27 at 13:26 +0200, Josef Moellers wrote:
> Hi,
> We have a "common-session" file in the /etc/pam.d directory which
> contains all the modules that should generally be called when
> establishing a session: pam_limits, pam_unix, pam_umask, pam_systemd,
> pam_env.
> We now would like to include pam_keyinit in this file but "this
> module
> should not [...] be invoked by programs like "su""!
> Does anyone have an idea how to include pam_keyinit everywhere but
> not
> for "su" and friends? The obvious answer would be to explicitly
> include
> it in all the other files in /etc/pam.d. Another idea would be to put
> "pam_keyinit" in "common-session" and then have a separate
> "common-session-su" (or "common-session-nokeyinit") which does not
> have
> pam_keyinit.
> But I'm hoping for a better solution.

You can jump over it with pam_succeed_if.so.

Tomáš Mráz
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