Re: About pam_access

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On Thu, May 05, ÐÐÐÐÑÐÐÐÑ ÐÐÑÑÐÐÐÐ wrote:

> Hello,
> in pam_access.c function pam_sm_setcred always returning PAM_IGNORE,
> but in "man pam_sm_setcred" PAM_IGNORE is not in the list of possible
> return values.
> This behavior gives us some unpredictable results while we using this
> pam module. Should it be better to always return PAM_SUCCESS like in
> pam_rhosts.c?

Why does this give you some unpredictable results? Are you calling
PAM modules directly from your application? In general, a PAM module
can more or less always return what it likes. The manual page is only
a good catch of the most common return values, not that no other are


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