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From:Fred Read Date:June 23 1999 10:26pm
Subject:Re: login authintication
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bhildred@stripped wrote:
> Oh Great Gurus, of the data base,
>         I was looking over my passwd, shadow, smbpasswd files and the mysql
> authentication tables, and was pondering, If I wrote a pam module which
> referred all authentication to mysql, could I add a couple columns to
> the users table, or would this be asking for trouble?

Go to "" and do a find on "PAM";


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login authinticationbhildred24 Jun
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