Utility for testing pluggable authentication modules (PAM) facility
pamtester is a tiny utility program to test the pluggable
authentication modules (PAM) facility, which is a de facto
standard of unified authentication management mechanism in
many unices and similar OSes.
While specifically designed to help PAM module authors to
test their modules, that might also be handy for system
administrators interested in building a centralised
authentication system using common standards such as NIS,
SASL and LDAP.
pamtester - test pluggable authentication modules (PAM) facility
Copyright (c) 2004-2005 Moriyoshi Koizumi. All right reserved.
1. What is pamtester?
pamtester is a tiny program to test the pluggable authentication modules (PAM)
facility, which is a defacto mechanism for authentication management in many
unices and similar OSes including Solaris, HP-UX, *BSD, MacOSX and Linux.
pamtester 0.1.2 2005/9/20
* Added --with-pam, --with-pam-includes and --with-pam-libs options that
allow you to use an arbitrary PAM implementation installed anywhere.
* Fixed a bug in -I option that the name of the item is wrongly given to
pam_set_item() instead of the value.
pamtester 0.1.1 2005/6/12
* Support for platforms like Solaris which don't provide the pam_misc
pamtester - test pluggable authentication module (PAM) facil‐
pamtester [-v] [-I item=value] [-E var=value] service user
operation [operation ...]
Test pluggable authentication module (PAM) facility.
service is the PAM service name. user is the nam
2005-09-20 Moriyoshi Koizumi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* app.c: (pamtester_app_run): fix
Moriyoshi Koizumi <email@example.com>
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