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    Command:

    pam_set_item

    
    
    

    SYNOPSIS

           #include <security/pam_modules.h>
    
           int pam_set_item(pam_handle_t *pamh, int item_type, const void *item);
    
    
    

    DESCRIPTION

           The pam_set_item function allows applications and PAM service modules
           to access and to update PAM informations of item_type. For this a copy
           of the object pointed to by the item argument is created. The following
           item_types are supported:
    
           PAM_SERVICE
               The service name (which identifies that PAM stack that the PAM
               functions will use to authenticate the program).
    
           PAM_USER
               The username of the entity under whose identity service will be
               given. That is, following authentication, PAM_USER identifies the
               local entity that gets to use the service. Note, this value can be
               mapped from something (eg., "anonymous") to something else (eg.
               "guest119") by any module in the PAM stack. As such an application
               should consult the value of PAM_USER after each call to a PAM
               function.
    
           PAM_USER_PROMPT
               The string used when prompting for a user?s name. The default value
               for this string is a localized version of "login: ".
    
           PAM_TTY
               The terminal name: prefixed by /dev/ if it is a device file; for
               graphical, X-based, applications the value for this item should be
               the $DISPLAY variable.
    
           PAM_RUSER
               The requesting user name: local name for a locally requesting user
               or a remote user name for a remote requesting user.
    
               Generally an application or module will attempt to supply the value
               that is most strongly authenticated (a local account before a
               remote one. The level of trust in this value is embodied in the
               actual authentication stack associated with the application, so it
               is ultimately at the discretion of the system administrator.
    
               PAM_RUSER@PAM_RHOST should always identify the requesting user. In
               some cases, PAM_RUSER may be NULL. In such situations, it is
               unclear who the requesting entity is.
    
           PAM_RHOST
               The requesting hostname (the hostname of the machine from which the
               PAM_RUSER entity is requesting service). That is
               PAM_RUSER@PAM_RHOST does identify the requesting user. In some
    
           PAM_CONV
               The pam_conv structure. See pam_conv(3).
    
           The following additional items are specific to Linux-PAM and should not
           be used in portable applications:
    
           PAM_FAIL_DELAY
               A function pointer to redirect centrally managed failure delays.
               See pam_fail_delay(3).
    
           PAM_XDISPLAY
               The name of the X display. For graphical, X-based applications the
               value for this item should be the $DISPLAY variable. This value may
               be used independently of PAM_TTY for passing the name of the
               display.
    
           PAM_XAUTHDATA
               A pointer to a structure containing the X authentication data
               required to make a connection to the display specified by
               PAM_XDISPLAY, if such information is necessary. See
               pam_xauth_data(3).
    
           PAM_AUTHTOK_TYPE
               The default action is for the module to use the following prompts
               when requesting passwords: "New UNIX password: " and "Retype UNIX
               password: ". The example word UNIX can be replaced with this item,
               by default it is empty. This item is used by pam_get_authtok(3).
    
           For all item_types, other than PAM_CONV and PAM_FAIL_DELAY, item is a
           pointer to a <NUL> terminated character string. In the case of
           PAM_CONV, item points to an initialized pam_conv structure. In the case
           of PAM_FAIL_DELAY, item is a function pointer: void (*delay_fn)(int
           retval, unsigned usec_delay, void *appdata_ptr)
    
           Both, PAM_AUTHTOK and PAM_OLDAUTHTOK, will be reseted before returning
           to the application. Which means an application is not able to access
           the authentication tokens.
    
    
    

    RETURN VALUES

           PAM_BAD_ITEM
               The application attempted to set an undefined or inaccessible item.
    
           PAM_BUF_ERR
               Memory buffer error.
    
           PAM_SUCCESS
               Data was successful updated.
    
           PAM_SYSTEM_ERR
               The pam_handle_t passed as first argument was invalid.
    
    
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