Provided by: libpam-mount_1.32-2_i386 bug

Name

       pmvarrun - updates /var/run/pam_mount/user

Syntax

       pmvarrun -u user [options]

Description

       A  separate  program  is  needed so that /var/run/pam_mount/user may be
       created with a pam_mount-specific security context  (otherwise  SELinux
       policy will conflict with gdm, which also creates file in /var/run).

       pmvarrun  is  flexible  and  can  run in a number of different security
       setups:

   root-root
       When pmvarrun  is  invoked  as  root,  /var/run/pam_mount’s  permission
       settings can be as strict as needed; usually (0755,root,root) is a good
       pick as it gives users the debug control over their refcount.  Refcount
       files  are  given their respective owners (chowned to the user who logs
       in).

   user-user
       When  invoked  as  the  user  who  logs  in,  /var/run/pam_mount  needs
       appropriate  permissions  to  create  a file, which means the write bit
       must be set. It is also highly suggested to set the sticky bit in  this
       case, so other users do not tamper with your refcount.

   root-user
       Some  programs or login helpers incorrectly call the PAM stack in a way
       that the login phase is done as root and the logout phase as  a  normal
       user.   Nevertheless,  pmvarrun supports this, and the same permissions
       as in root-root can be used. While the user may not be able  to  unlink
       his  file from /var/run/pam_mount, it will be truncated to indicate the
       same state.

Options

       --help, -h
              Display help.

       --user user, -u user
              User to handle, must be a valid username.

       --operation number, -o number
              Increase volume count by number.

       -d     Turn on debugging.

Files

       /var/run/pam_mount/user

Author

       This   manpage   was   originally   written   by   Bastian   Kleineidam
       <calvin@debian.org> for the Debian distribution of libpam-mount but may
       be used by others.

       See  /usr/share/doc/packages/libpam-mount/copyright  for  the  list  of
       original authors of pam_mount.