The initial page.
PAM modules are disabled.
|Used by the pam-mount module to determine which CIFS volume will be mounted on session opening. The janus/* pair direct pam_mount to connect a //janus/<username> share. For instance if bbou1 is opening a session, the //janus/bbou1 is the home connect to. pam_mount uses CIFS mounting of the share onto .smbmount mountpoint the user's home. CIFS is an extension of SMB and stands for Common Internet File System and stands for the Windows sharing scheme.|
This pane displays suggested modifications of the PAM common subsystem.
The Test check in the PAM menu must be unchecked for modifications to be effective.
Care has been taken to yield PAM conf files that make sense but will this handle quixotic conf files (there is no simple way of having a perfect result). Altering PAM config files alters the permission system and can result in the system crashing. Installing PAM is not recommended unless you know what your are doing and go through a prior test phase. Precautions to be taken : save the /etc/pam.d directory and leave a root session open on a terminal just in case ...
|This pane displays the currently effective settings of the PAM common subsystem.|
|This pane displays suggested modifications of the PAM samba subsystem.|
|This pane displays the currently effective settings of the PAM samba subsystem.|
|The PAM modules are enabled.|
|The currently effective PAM common subsystem can be viewed independently.|
|The currently effective PAM samba subsystem can be viewed independently.|