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Hi once more :p
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Discussion started by: fredo
pam_mount(8) BSD System Manager's Manual pam_mount(8)
pam_mount -- Home Folder Mounting PAM module
[service-name] function-class control-flag pam_mount [options]
The Home Folder Mounting PAM module supports the authentication and session management function classes. In terms of the function-class
parameter, these are ``auth'' and ``session'' respectively.
The Home Folder Mounting Authentication Module
The Home Folder Mounting authentication module reads the mount authenticator from the PAM authentication context and caches it in the PAM
environment. The Home Folder Mounting Session Management Module must be used in conjunction with this module to remove the authenticator
from the PAM environment.
The Home Folder Mounting Session Management Module
The Home Folder Mounting session management module copies the mount authenticator from the PAM environment, removes it from the PAM environ-
ment, and uses its copy to mount the user's home folder if the user's OpenDirectory record indicates that an AFP, SMB, NFS or FileVault home
folder is to be used.
When the session is closed, the Home Folder Mounting session management module unmounts the user's home folder if it was mounted by this mod-
ule when the session was opened.
pam.conf(5), pam(8), DirectoryService(8)
February 7, 2009 BSD