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Hi Aidan. El Miércoles, 23 de Enero de 2008, Aidan Van Dyk escribió: > * Carlos Lorenzo Matés <clmates@xxxxxxxxxxx> [080123 08:53]: > > Then the option AdminGroup has no use? > > As Lee would say, "I can't speak to HylaFAX+, but it works in HylaFAX" > > ;-) > > > If i want to use pam for users, but define several admins can i put the > > admins in the hosts file? > > > > I have tried but without success > > AdminGroup is in HylaFAX, and does work. But you have to be careful how > you use it. Remember, hfaxd does a chroot, so "/etc/group" is not the > same in the chroot as in the real root. but if he uses pam it does not look ate the groups files only, it first looks at ldap, right? > > In my system, I have a setup my $SPOOL/hosts.hfaxd accounts like this: > 1) ^user@host$::: lines set for password-less logins for where I > have automated things needed access to HylaFAX > 2) ^user@.*::<pass>:<apass> with passwords and admin passwords, for > admins 3) allow PAM for normal user logins. > I'm going to try with this i was changing the file just under /etc/hylafax/etc/ > This works quite well. Anyone who has a pam account can use their > normal PAM password to login. "Admin" accounts can use ADMIN to gain > the admin priviledges. > > > I've also just tested, tested, and the "AdminGroup" setting to allow > users to gain admin priviledges also does work for me, as long as my > NSS/PAM is setup correctly (i.e. not trying to read files from the main > root filesystem) How do you setup this last step? Many thanks -- Un saludo. Carlos Lorenzo Matés. clmates AT mundo-r DOT com
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