PAM module allowing authentication from a MySQL server
This module lets you use a MySQL database as a source of
authentication (but not session or other) information for PAM-enabled
This version of pam-mysql supports using a config file, eg:
/etc/libpam-mysql.conf to hold configuration. This file needn't
be world readable and isn't per default in debian. You can change this
with the command ``dpkg-reconfigure -plow libpam-mysql''.
In order to use this configuration file you simply type something like
the following in your pam-file (eg. /etc/pam.d/ssh):
pam_mysql - A PAM authentication module against MySQL database.
$Id: README,v 220.127.116.11 2006/01/09 10:35:59 moriyoshi Exp $
This is a successor of the "old" pam_mysql module, which comes with
a more stable, secure and robust implementation.
To try this module, you need the following stuff:
- A *NIX (or similar) system, in which PAM facility is
Version 0.7-RC1 2006/1/10 <email@example.com>
* Add a option "disconnect_every_op" option that forces pam_mysql to
disconnect from the database every operation (PR #1325395). -moriyoshi
* Use geteuid() instead of getuid() to check if the current user is authorized
to change the password (PR #1338667). -moriyoshi
* Allow root (uid=0) to change the passwords of other users with
pam-mysql (0.7~RC1-4+b1) unstable; urgency=low
* Binary-only non-maintainer upload for ia64; no s
2006-01-09 Moriyoshi Koizumi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* pam_mysql.c: PR #1325395 - add
This package is in an experimental stage, until a few wrinkles
are ironed out. It should however be
This package was created by Michael Alan Dorman <email@example.com>.
Later changed by Lars Bahner <
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