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Re: [Help on PAM]


Thanks for the reply,

But I already have a setup that authenticates users from LDAP server, the
problem is that UNLIKE real users on the system, I am unable to impose quota
restrictions on the LDAP authenticated users.

Kapil Sethi
----- Original Message -----
From: "Nikhil Datta" <nikhild@xxxxxxx>
To: <linux-delhi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, July 09, 2001 8:40 PM
Subject: Re: [[linux-delhi] Help on PAM]

> You can check out these two articles in PCQ The first one is a generic
> introduction to PAM, and the second one a step-by-step guide to get PAM to
> authenticate against LDAP.
> http://pcquest.ciol.com/content/search/showarticle.asp?artid=11730
> http://pcquest.ciol.com/content/search/showarticle.asp?artid=11728
> I've actually gone a step further and written some tools to let you
> passwords with Samba TNG using LDAP. You can find the code at
> http://www.freshmeat.net/projects/ldaputils . BEWARE, it is beta stuff, as
> TNG.
> wr,
> nikk
> "Kapil Sethi" <kapil.sethi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi,
> Any PAM  guru out there??
> How do I set up disk quotas for users which are authenticated using PAM
> LDAP or MySQL databases.
> Thanks
> Kapil
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