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comment With pam_script, how do I pass PAM_AUTHTOK and PAM_USER in all cases?
It looks like I gave up on the issue, since I didn't actually need PAM_USER in case of sudo.
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comment Mass transfer big files from one Linux box to another Linux box?
Using the option f - on tar is like saying "I don't want you to use stdin; please use a file instead. Here you go: stdin."
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comment Disable “Recently used” in GTK file/directory selector
I've managed to figure that out as well; I've updated my answer accordingly.
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answered Disable “Recently used” in GTK file/directory selector
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comment With pam_script, how do I pass PAM_AUTHTOK and PAM_USER in all cases?
I have clarified the question (I hope).
Dec
15
revised With pam_script, how do I pass PAM_AUTHTOK and PAM_USER in all cases?
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comment With pam_script, how do I pass PAM_AUTHTOK and PAM_USER in all cases?
The script is simply echo $PAM_USER $PAM_AUTHTOK.
Dec
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asked With pam_script, how do I pass PAM_AUTHTOK and PAM_USER in all cases?
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comment Is there a way to undo VGA adapter modesetting in Linux
if you are talking simply about killing/not launching the X server, that won't do it. The modesetting is still done by the kernel at bootup, and changes the Linux console from 80x25 to something at the full resolution of the monitor. The proper boot option to avoid modesetting at all would be nomodeset.
Mar
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asked Is there a way to undo VGA adapter modesetting in Linux