Provided by: oddjob-mkhomedir_0.34.3-2_amd64 bug

NAME - PAM module to create users home directory via oddjob


       session optional /lib/security/


       The  module checks if the user's home directory exists, and if it
       does not, it invokes the mkhomedirfor method of  the  com.redhat.oddjob_mkhomedir  service
       for  the  PAM_USER  if  the  module  is  running with superuser privileges.  Otherwise, it
       invokes the mkmyhomedir method.

       The location of the skeleton directory  and  the  default  umask  are  determined  by  the
       configuration  for the corresponding service in oddjobd-mkhomedir.conf, so they can not be
       specified as arguments to this module.

       If D-Bus has not been configured to allow the calling application to invoke these  methods
       provided  as part of the com.redhat.oddjob_mkhomedir interface of the / object provided by
       the com.redhat.oddjob_mkhomedir service, then oddjobd will not receive the request and  an
       error will be returned by D-Bus.

       If oddjobd has not been configured to provide these methods, or the user is not authorized
       to use them, then oddjobd will ignore the module's requests.


       The module takes no options.  What oddjobd does in response to  the  module's  request  is
       controlled  by  the  daemon's  configuration  file, typically /etc/oddjobd.conf.d/oddjobd-


       oddjob_request(1) oddjob.conf(5) oddjobd.conf(5) oddjobd(8)