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Re: Pam-list Digest, Vol 36, Issue 13

From: Andreas Schindler (schindleraz1.de)
Date: Thu Mar 01 2007 - 05:36:08 CST


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> I am attempting to compile the pam_tacplus module on Solaris. I am using
> http://ipsec.pl/pubs/pam_tacplus-1.2.9.tar.gz . I am using all GNU
> compilers, however I am still having some issues getting this to
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The error messages shown are looking pretty much like a missing include
file.
e.g. PAM_SUCCESS is defined in /usr/include/security/_pam_types.h on my
Linux and HP-UX machines. To build a module, you may pam_modules.h and
pam_macros.h too. please make sure they are there or, if there's a
different include path, insert a '-I /my/include/path' into the CFLAGS
of your
pam_tacplus Makefile.

I'm using pam_tacplus for several years without problems.

Andreas

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