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PAM base configuration files

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  • pambase-20201020
    ~alpha ~amd64 ~arm ~arm64 ~hppa ~ia64 ~m68k ~mips ~ppc ~ppc64 ~riscv ~s390 ~sparc ~x86 ~amd64-linux ~x86-linux
    caps debug elogind gnome-keyring minimal mktemp +nullok pam_krb5 pam_ssh +passwdqc pwhistory pwquality securetty selinux +sha512 systemd

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    Overlay: gentoo (distro)
  • pambase-20201013
    ~alpha amd64 arm arm64 hppa ~ia64 ~m68k ~mips ppc ppc64 ~riscv ~s390 sparc x86 ~amd64-linux ~x86-linux
    caps debug elogind gnome-keyring minimal mktemp +nullok pam_krb5 pam_ssh +passwdqc pwhistory pwquality securetty selinux +sha512 systemd

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    Overlay: gentoo (distro)
  • pambase-20150213
    amd64 x86
    consolekit cracklib debug gnome-keyring minimal mktemp +nullok pam_krb5 pam_ssh passwdqc securetty selinux +sha512 systemd

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    Overlay: argent-main (layman)
  • pambase-20120417-r3
    amd64 x86
    consolekit cracklib debug gnome-keyring minimal mktemp pam_krb5 pam_ssh passwdqc selinux +sha512 systemd

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    Overlay: argent-main (layman)

USE Flags

caps
Global: Use Linux capabilities library to control privilege
debug
Global: Enable extra debug codepaths, like asserts and extra output. If you want to get meaningful backtraces see http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/qa/backtraces.xml
Local: Enable debug information logging on syslog(3) for all the modules supporting this in the system authentication and system login stacks.
elogind
* This flag is undocumented *
gnome-keyring
Global: Enable support for storing passwords via gnome-keyring
Local: Enable pam_gnome_keyring module on system login stack. This enables proper Gnome Keyring access to logins, whether they are done with the login shell, a Desktop Manager or a remote login systems such as SSH.
minimal
Global: Install a very minimal build (disables, for example, plugins, fonts, most drivers, non-critical features)
mktemp
Global: Enable pam_mktemp module on system auth stack for session handling. This module creates a private temporary directory for the user, and sets TMP and TMPDIR accordingly.
Local: Enable pam_mktemp module on system auth stack for session handling. This module creates a private temporary directory for the user, and sets TMP and TMPDIR accordingly.
+nullok
* This flag is undocumented *
pam_krb5
* This flag is undocumented *
pam_ssh
* This flag is undocumented *
+passwdqc
* This flag is undocumented *
pwhistory
* This flag is undocumented *
pwquality
* This flag is undocumented *
securetty
* This flag is undocumented *
selinux
Global: !!internal use only!! Security Enhanced Linux support, this must be set by the selinux profile or breakage will occur
+sha512
* This flag is undocumented *
systemd
* This flag is undocumented *
consolekit
Global: Allow proper handling of removable media according to who is actually present on the machine.
Local: Enable pam_ck_connector module on local system logins. This allows for console logins to make use of ConsoleKit authorization.
cracklib
Global: Support for cracklib strong password checking
Local: Enable pam_cracklib module on system authentication stack. This produces warnings when changing password to something easily crackable. It requires the same USE flag to be enabled on sys-libs/pam or system login might be impossible.
passwdqc
Global: Enable pam_passwdqc module on system auth stack for password quality validation. This is an alternative to pam_cracklib producing warnings, rejecting or providing example passwords when changing your system password. It is used by default by OpenWall GNU/*/Linux and by FreeBSD.
Local: Enable pam_passwdqc module on system auth stack for password quality validation. This is an alternative to pam_cracklib producing warnings, rejecting or providing example passwords when changing your system password. It is used by default by OpenWall GNU/*/Linux and by FreeBSD.