Provided by: libpam-modules_1.1.3-7ubuntu2_i386 bug

NAME

       pam_sepermit - PAM module to allow/deny login depending on SELinux
       enforcement state

SYNOPSIS

       pam_sepermit.so [debug] [conf=/path/to/config/file]

DESCRIPTION

       The pam_sepermit module allows or denies login depending on SELinux
       enforcement state.

       When the user which is logging in matches an entry in the config file
       he is allowed access only when the SELinux is in enforcing mode.
       Otherwise he is denied access. For users not matching any entry in the
       config file the pam_sepermit module returns PAM_IGNORE return value.

       The config file contains a list of user names one per line with
       optional arguments. If the name is prefixed with @ character it means
       that all users in the group name match. If it is prefixed with a %
       character the SELinux user is used to match against the name instead of
       the account name. Note that when SELinux is disabled the SELinux user
       assigned to the account cannot be determined. This means that such
       entries are never matched when SELinux is disabled and pam_sepermit
       will return PAM_IGNORE.

       See sepermit.conf(5) for details.

OPTIONS

       debug
           Turns on debugging via syslog(3).

       conf=/path/to/config/file
           Path to alternative config file overriding the default.

MODULE TYPES PROVIDED

       The auth and account module types are provided.

RETURN VALUES

       PAM_AUTH_ERR
           SELinux is disabled or in the permissive mode and the user matches.

       PAM_SUCCESS
           SELinux is in the enforcing mode and the user matches.

       PAM_IGNORE
           The user does not match any entry in the config file.

       PAM_USER_UNKNOWN
           The module was unable to determine the user's name.

       PAM_SERVICE_ERR
           Error during reading or parsing the config file.

FILES

       /etc/security/sepermit.conf
           Default configuration file

EXAMPLES

           auth     [success=done ignore=ignore default=bad] pam_sepermit.so
           auth     required  pam_unix.so
           account  required  pam_unix.so
           session  required  pam_permit.so

SEE ALSO

       sepermit.conf(5), pam.conf(5), pam.d(5), pam(7) selinux(8)

AUTHOR

       pam_sepermit and this manual page were written by Tomas Mraz
       <tmraz@redhat.com>.