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RE: AIX authentification

Interesting. But, because it encapsulates AIX authentication in
PAM, rather than the other way around, you'd still need to
replace /bin/login etc. Which defeats the purpose for many

-- Luke

>From: Daniel Tiefnig <openldap@qmail.infonova.at>
>Subject: RE: AIX authentification
>To: openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org
>Date: Fri, 05 Jul 2002 09:36:09 +0200
>Organization: Infonova
>Luke Howard wrote:
>> Except that AIX doesn't support PAM (before 5L) or NSS at all. :-)
>Just found that:
>Though I don't know how well that works, or if at all. But i remember 
>someone running PAM_LDAP on AIX 4.x.x. So there should be a way to 
>this. Not that I'd try to disagree with _you_ if you insist there 
>isn't. :o)
>> I've tried (in vi) "g/[a-z]\n[a-z]/s//_/"...but that doesn't cut it.
>> Any ideas? (I take it that it may be a two-pass sort of solution). 
>In the first pass, install perl. :-)
>          -- Larry Wall

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