OpenPAM is an open source PAM library that focuses on simplicity, correctness, and cleanliness. https://openpam.org/
You can not select more than 25 topics Topics must start with a letter or number, can include dashes ('-') and can be up to 35 characters long.
 
 
 
 
 
 

56 lines
1.3 KiB

Installing OpenPAM
==================
1. REQUIREMENTS
See the release notes for a list of platforms OpenPAM has been
tested on.
You will need the GNU autotools, GNU make and the GNU compiler suite
to build OpenPAM. On some platforms, you may have to install these
separately.
2. CONFIGURATION
Use the "configure" shell script to configure OpenPAM for your
system. Options include:
--enable-debug
Turn debugging on by default.
--with-modules-dir=DIR
Indicates the directory where PAM modules will be installed.
This option should not be used if you intend to install PAM
modules in the system library directory.
--without-doc
Skips the documentation.
--with-pam-unix
Builds the sample PAM module.
--with-su
Builds the sample su(1) implementation.
For more information about configuration options, use the --help
option.
A typical invocation might look like this:
# ./configure --with-pam-unix --with-su
3. COMPILATION
To compile OpenPAM, simply run "make" (or "gmake" on platforms where
"make" is not GNU make) in the top-level OpenPAM directory:
# make
4. INSTALLATION
To install OpenPAM, simply run "make install" (or "gmake install" on
platforms where "make" is not GNU make) in the top-level OpenPAM
directory:
# make install