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Re: [PAM] service names: What should they be?

Previously Jaldhar H. Vyas wrote:
> I've added PAM support to my IMAP package.  This has a total of three
> daemons which can use PAM: /usr/sbin/imapd (in imap), /us/sbin/ipop2d and
> /us/sbin/ipop3d (in ipopd.)  I know I have to create files in /etc/pam.d
> for them but what should they be called?

The second part you quoted suggests using "imapd", "ipop2d" and "ipop3d"
as service names (at least that is how I read it).


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