PRs for tag 'libpam'
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PRs for tag 'libpam':
|o||2011/10/10||kern/161456||[libpam] on a system bound to an LDAP server, top tries to get the whole LDAP content to resolve uids|
|o||2011/02/11||kern/154683||des||[libpam] [request] Allow pam_krb5 to authenticate no local users for other services|
|o||2009/11/30||bin/141016||[libpam] PAM checks in sshd too few?|
|o||2009/08/09||kern/137586||des||[libpam] Need to build pam_ssh module even it openssh is not built|
|o||2007/08/30||bin/115946||des||[libpam] [patch] not thread-safe|
|o||2007/08/03||kern/115164||des||[libpam] [patch] [request] Add support for the account category to pam_group|
|o||2007/08/03||kern/115162||des||[libpam] [patch] [request] Add check for target user's group list to pam_group|
|o||2007/02/22||kern/109416||des||[libpam] [patch] pam_group doesn't check login_group membership in some situations|
|o||2006/11/09||bin/105341||[libpam] [patch] [request] pam_krb5: Add minimum_uid/minimum_gid options|
|o||2006/01/18||kern/91954||[libpam] [patch] Proposed enhancement for pam_krb5: "optional_ccache"|
|o||2005/01/25||kern/76678||dfr||[libpam] [patch] Allow pam_krb5 to authenticate no local users for other services.|
|s||2000/08/01||kern/20333||des||[libpam] ftp login fails on unix password when s/key active but not required|
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