PAM module which allows executing a script
This module will allow you to execute scripts during authorization,
password changes and sessions. This is very handy if your current
security application has no PAM support but is accessible with
perl or other scripts.
PAM-script has been written by Jeroen Nijhof <firstname.lastname@example.org>
with packaging and some modifications by R.K. Owen <email@example.com>.
PAM-script allows you to execute scripts during authorization,
passwd changes, or session opening or closing.
So if you need extra work done after login you can use this pam
module to execute a session script.
Options to pam_scrip
libpam-script for Debian
Libpam-script is using /usr/share/libpam-script/ as the default location,
for storing the scripts.
Keep in mind that you need to create or symlink the following files:
Please read the man-page, README, README.pam_script and README.example file in
Pam-script will look for the following scripts (or programs) in this
directory. Only doing so if pam_script.so is included in the PAM stack
for module-types of auth, account, password, and session respectively:
The scripts can be symbolic links or not exist at all as the case may
be. However, if the
This directory gives some pam-script examples. To use these scripts
they must be placed in the dire
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pam-script - a
libpam-script (1.1.5-1) unstable; urgency=low
* New upstream release
* Adjust debian/copyright
2012-01-27 Jeroen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* .gitignore, AUTHORS, NEWS, README, configure.ac,
Browse inside libpam-script_1.1.5-1_kfreebsd-i386.deb