Re: saslauthd PAM authentication mechanism does not exist

From: Jeremy Rumpf (jrumpf at heavyload dot net)
Date: Fri Jun 11 2004 - 12:47:43 EDT

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    On Friday 11 June 2004 12:33 pm, Jason Novak wrote:
    > Gosh....
    >
    > What kind of PAM development stuff I would need, or specifically, what
    > it's looking for?
    >
    > Running a SLES 7 machine...
    >
    > Ken Murchison wrote:
    > > Jason Novak wrote:
    > >> Hi,
    > >>
    > >> I'm a newbie to cyrus-sasl and I'm trying to enable PAM support to
    > >> use with saslauthd. My distribution contains all of the necessary
    > >> development libraries for PAM.
    > >>
    > >> Unfortunately when I configure with:
    > >> ./configure --with-pam --enable-login --enable-plain--enable-digest
    > >> --enable-cram --with-saslauthd
    > >>
    > >> I get the following:
    > >>
    > >> checking for pam_start in -lpam... (cached) no
    > >> checking for PAM support... no
    > >>
    > >> I've checked the archives and saw no real answer as to why this isn't
    > >> compiling with PAM.
    > >>
    > >> The only available mechanisms I have to me are:
    > >> authentication mechanisms: getpwent rimap shadow
    > >>
    > >> Any ideas what I'm missing or what I'm doing wrong?
    > >
    > > Most likely, you don't have the PAM development stuff installed
    > > (headers, libraries), or they are installed in a non-standard
    > > location. If the latter, then specify the location using
    > > --with-pam=<DIR>

    Specifically the header file:

    /usr/include/pam.h

    I'm not familiar with SLES 7, but on redhat this requires the devel package

    rpm -qa|grep pam

    pam_smb-1.1.7-1
    pam-0.75-54
    pam-devel-0.75-54 <-----------
    pam_krb5-1.73-1

    HTH,
    Jeremy


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