Re: configure /etc/pam.d/crond to use pam_mount

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On Sat, Oct 08, Simone Gaiarin wrote:

> pam_mount decrypt the disk using the password the user input in the login
> screen of the OS. Now in the moment I'm logged in and the disk is decrypted
> how can I make cron see the disk? I'm not interested in having cron running
> jobs when I'm not logged in (and so the disk is encrypted).

At the moment, where your user is logged in, everybody can see 
the disk, even cron. No pam_mount is needed there for cron.

Maybe you should explain at first what your problem exactly is
and not start with a solution first?


Thorsten Kukuk, Senior Architect SLES & Common Code Base
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