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Il giorno 15/mag/06, alle ore 15:05, Tony Hoyle ha scritto: > Albe wrote: >> Hi Tony, >> regarding the subject, when will PAM support in cvsnt comprehend >> the session part? >> > That's entirely down to PAM - all we do is authenticate the user. > I already tried to add "session" part to pam cvsnt configuration file but, as you said, all cvsnt does is considering the authentication part, skipping over others. If i don't recall bad, i did ask about this here months ago and was said to me that pam sessions weren't supported by cvsnt itself. > I don't see the purpose in makeing CVSNT setup things like .forward > files - that's the kind of thing that shell access is for... it's > *way* outside the remit of cvsnt to start modifying user account > data like that. That's a use i make of PAM for administration purposes. I don't know the PAM mechanism completely, but i'm wondering why cvsnt does skip other parts when indicated: is it really totally a pam issue or just the way pam authentication is called by cvsnt? Thanks in advance. Alberto