Re: Pam Perl or how to debug a pam module

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On 12/21/2011 5:48 PM, Jason Gerfen wrote:
> It actually is the module writers guide that should be used. In terms of debugging once compiled as shown above, tools like nm, ldd and objdump can be used to verify library linking and function calls available within the compiled shared object.
> Jason Gerfen

Indeed linking against the correct library helped. unfortunately, the
included documentation is wrong, and now that it is links correctly at
run time, it segfaults, so I'm going to bug  a njanph or two. If anyone
wants to play with my code, drop me a line.


Ben Hildred
Applied Plastic Coatings, Inc.
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Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
303 424 9200
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