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PAM_MOTD(8)							 Linux-PAM Manual						       PAM_MOTD(8)

NAME
pam_motd - Display the motd file SYNOPSIS
pam_motd.so [motd=/path/filename] DESCRIPTION
pam_motd is a PAM module that can be used to display arbitrary motd (message of the day) files after a successful login. By default the /etc/motd file is shown. The message size is limited to 64KB. OPTIONS
motd=/path/filename The /path/filename file is displayed as message of the day. MODULE TYPES PROVIDED
Only the session module type is provided. RETURN VALUES
PAM_IGNORE This is the only return value of this module. EXAMPLES
The suggested usage for /etc/pam.d/login is: session optional pam_motd.so motd=/etc/motd SEE ALSO
motd(5), pam.conf(5), pam.d(5), pam(8) AUTHOR
pam_motd was written by Ben Collins <bcollins@debian.org>. Linux-PAM Manual 09/19/2013 PAM_MOTD(8)

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PAM_WARN(8)							 Linux-PAM Manual						       PAM_WARN(8)

NAME
pam_warn - PAM module which logs all PAM items if called SYNOPSIS
pam_warn.so DESCRIPTION
pam_warn is a PAM module that logs the service, terminal, user, remote user and remote host to syslog(3). The items are not probed for, but instead obtained from the standard PAM items. The module always returns PAM_IGNORE, indicating that it does not want to affect the authentication process. OPTIONS
This module does not recognise any options. MODULE TYPES PROVIDED
The auth, account, password and session module types are provided. RETURN VALUES
PAM_IGNORE This module always returns PAM_IGNORE. EXAMPLES
#%PAM-1.0 # # If we don't have config entries for a service, the # OTHER entries are used. To be secure, warn and deny # access to everything. other auth required pam_warn.so other auth required pam_deny.so other account required pam_warn.so other account required pam_deny.so other password required pam_warn.so other password required pam_deny.so other session required pam_warn.so other session required pam_deny.so SEE ALSO
pam.conf(5), pam.d(5), pam(8) AUTHOR
pam_warn was written by Andrew G. Morgan <morgan@kernel.org>. Linux-PAM Manual 09/19/2013 PAM_WARN(8)
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