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Re: Authentification without entering the password in cmdline prompt?
From: Solar Designer (solaropenwall.com)
Date: Fri Jun 06 2003 - 15:31:06 CDT
On Fri, Jun 06, 2003 at 10:32:37AM +0200, sneaking-wolfgmx.de wrote:
> I'm searching for a way to use the pam_unix.so module for auth. out of a
> program without entering the password manually in the commandline prompt. Is
> there a way to call the pam functions with the password as parameter or
> something like that?
pam_userpass / libpam_userpass are meant to do that. You can get the
RPMs may be built with "rpm -tb" (some systems might require minor
tweaking of the spec file or --nodeps to ignore the dependency on
"pam-devel" if the Linux-PAM package isn't split into subpackages).
david!solar:~$ rpm -ql pam_userpass
david!solar:~$ rpm -ql pam_userpass-devel
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