OpenPAM is an open source PAM library that focuses on simplicity, correctness, and cleanliness. https://openpam.org/
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README

OpenPAM is an open source PAM library that focuses on simplicity,
correctness, and cleanliness.

OpenPAM aims to gather the best features of Solaris PAM, XSSO and
Linux-PAM, plus some innovations of its own. In areas where these
implementations disagree, OpenPAM tries to remain compatible with
Solaris, at the expense of XSSO conformance and Linux-PAM
compatibility.

These are some of OpenPAM's features:

- Implements the complete PAM API as described in the original PAM
paper and in OSF-RFC 86.0; this corresponds to the full XSSO API
except for mappings and secondary authentication. Also
implements some extensions found in Solaris 9.

- Extends the API with several useful and time-saving functions.

- Performs strict checking of return values from service modules.

- Reads configuration from /etc/pam.d/, /etc/pam.conf,
/usr/local/etc/pam.d/ and /usr/local/etc/pam.conf, in that order;
this will be made configurable in a future release.

Please direct bug reports and inquiries to <des@des.no>.

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