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pam-config-1.8-2.1 RPM for aarch64

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Name: pam-config Distribution: openSUSE Tumbleweed
Version: 1.8 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 2.1 Build date: Sat Jan 14 00:07:08 2023
Group: System/Management Build host: obs-arm-8
Size: 714788 Source RPM: pam-config-1.8-2.1.src.rpm
Summary: Utility to modify common PAM configuration files
pam-config is a command line utility to maintain the common PAM
configuration files included by most PAM application configuration
files. It can be used to configure a system for different network or
hardware based authentication schemes. pam-config can also
add/adjust/remove other PAM modules and their options.






* Thu Jan 12 2023 Stefan Schubert <>
  - Added pam-config-rpmlintrc in order to ignore the rpmlint check
    for /etc/pam.d/common* files.
* Mon Oct 24 2022 Thorsten Kukuk <>
  - Update to Version 1.8
    - Move systemd_home after all optional modules (#13)
    - Add pam_u2f support [bsc#1115512]
* Thu Oct 06 2022 Thorsten Kukuk <>
  - Update to Version 1.7
    - Correctly handle --service option with /usr/lib/pam.d and
      /usr/etc/pam.d [bsc#1196613]
* Mon Feb 07 2022 Thorsten Kukuk <>
  - Update to Version 1.6
    - Create /etc/pam.d if not there
    - Support file option of pam_pwhistory
* Mon Oct 11 2021 Thorsten Kukuk <>
  - Update to Version 1.5
    - Don't print an error message if one of the systemd PAM modules
      does not exist if creating the *-pc files [bsc#1191528]
    - Drop pam_systemd_home again [bsc#1191528]
* Tue Sep 07 2021 Thorsten Kukuk <>
  - Update to version 1.4
    - Fix support for mulitple locations for configuration files
    - Drop pam-config-fix-pam_keyinit-options.patch
    - Drop pam-config-remove-bad-access-call.patch
* Tue Jun 08 2021 Josef Möllers <>
  - Add "revoke" to the option list for pam_keyinit
    (Remove some leftover debugs while we're at it)
* Tue Jun 08 2021 Josef Möllers <>
  - prior to writing an service-specific config file, the main function
    calls access() on the destination file in /etc/pam.d.
    This will fail and no config file will be written when the original
    config file was installed in /usr/etc/pam.d.
    A similar problem exists when creating the new service file:
    create_service_file() wants to give the new service file the same
    user, group and mode as the old one, but the old one may not exist.
    In that case, set these to 0(root), 0(root), and 0644.
* Fri May 01 2020 Thorsten Kukuk <>
  - Update to version 1.3
    - Add support for pam_pwquality
    - Replace cracklib with pam_pwquality
    - Add pam_systemd if installed and we create a new configuration
    - Change check for existence of a Module
  - Drop bsc1153630-prevent-systemd-pam_mount.patch, integrated in v1.3
* Mon Nov 25 2019 Josef Möllers <>
  - Prevent systemd-user to call pam_mount when opening/closing a
    (PAM) session as it drops privileges in between and so when closing
    it may be unable to undo things set up during opening.
    [bsc#1153630, bsc1153630-prevent-systemd-pam_mount.patch]
* Fri Aug 16 2019
  - Update to version 1.2:
    - use /usr/etc as second fallback directory
* Tue Jul 16 2019
  - Update to version 1.1:
    - enhance comments in common-*-pc files
* Wed May 01 2019 Jan Engelhardt <>
  - Use noun phrase in summary.
* Tue Mar 26 2019
  - Update to version 1.0:
    - Add search in different locations for config files
    - Add support for pam_mktemp [bsc#1123878]



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