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PAM/NSS-DCE for Linux

PAM/NSS-DCE for Linux is a nice and portable way to integrate Linux clients into existing DCE/DFS environments. The basic idea is to make use of PAM (Pluggable Authentication Modules) and NSS (Name Service Switch). DFS access is gained using the so-called NFS to DFS gateway that comes with DCE/DFS. A PAM module is used to authenticate against the DCE registry and to set up the appropriate NFS/DFS mappings. A separate NSS module is responsible for the name service lookups.


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  •  03 Jun 2003 10:29

Release Notes: The SSL/TLS utility functions have been completely reworked. Clients can now configure a PEM format directory or a PEM format file of CAs. AIX System Resource Controller support has been added to nssdced. Some fixes for minor bugs are included.

  •  16 Jan 2002 22:55

Release Notes: A fix for a bug where users without fullname were not successfully authenticated.

  •  30 Jan 2001 06:13

    Release Notes: First freshmeat announcement.


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