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Linux-PAM

Linux-PAM provides a flexible mechanism for authenticating users. It consists of a set of libraries that handle the authentication tasks of applications on the system. The library provides a stable general interface to which privilege-granting programs (such as login and su) defer to perform standard authentication tasks. PAM was invented by SUN Microsystems.

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  •  10 Oct 2007 15:37

    Release Notes: A lot of patches from Debian have been merged with this release.

    •  26 Jul 2007 13:33

      Release Notes: This release contains new translations and improvements to pam_limits.so, pam_access.so, pam_cracklib.so, pam_namespace.so, and pam_selinux.so.

      •  18 Jan 2007 13:51

        Release Notes: Bugfixes and documentation updates. A new pam_faildelay module was added.

        •  08 Sep 2006 09:19

          Release Notes: This release adds the pam_loginuid.so module and fixes compilation with older toolchains.

          •  11 Aug 2006 13:24

            Release Notes: This release fixes a bootstrap problem if no older Linux-PAM release is installed.

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