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Subject: pam_access and group membership
From: Jarno Huuskonen (jhuuskonmessi.uku.fi)
Date: Thu Oct 12 2000 - 07:06:20 CDT
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Can you use pam_access in this situation:
I have a user eg. luser and group luser. I want to disable remote logins
to this account (so only su - luser is possible). Then there are few
other users (user1, user2) whose secondary group is luser. Now if I add a line
-:luser:ALL to /etc/security/access.conf.
This also disables access for user1, user2 because their secondary group
is luser ... not exactly what I had in mind... So is there a way around
this (w/out changind groups !)
IMHO pam_limits has a better syntax for this: to match a group use group.
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