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pklogin_finder (1)

Name

pklogin_finder - map certificates into a user

Synopsis

/usr/lib/pam_pkcs11/pklogin_finder [debug] [config_file=filename]

Description

pklogin_finder(1)                User Commands               pklogin_finder(1)



NAME
       pklogin_finder - map certificates into a user

SYNOPSIS
       /usr/lib/pam_pkcs11/pklogin_finder [debug] [config_file=filename]


DESCRIPTION
       pklogin_finder  uses  the pam_pkcs11 library infrastructure to interac-
       tively map a PKCS#11 provided certificate to a user.


       pklogin_finder uses the same  configuration  file  and  arguments  than
       pam_pkcs11(7)  PAM module. It loads defined mapper modules and tries to
       find a map between found certificates and a user login.

OPTIONS
       The following options are supported:

       config_file=fileame    Set the configuration file.

                              The     default     value     is      /etc/secu-
                              rity/pam_pkcs11/pam_pkcs11.conf.


       debug                  Enable debugging output.

                              The default is no debug.



       As  it  uses  the  same configuration file as pam_pkcs11(7), all of the
       pam_pkcs11 options are available. Some of these options make  no  sense
       in  a  non-PAM  environment,  and  are  therefore  ignored. Some mapper
       options (mapfile, ignorecase) have no effect on  certificate  contents,
       and they are ignored as well.

EXIT STATUS
       The following exit values are returned:

       0    Successful completion.

            pkcs11_inspect prints on stdout the login name and exits.


       1    An error occurred.

            A user mapping error was found.


       2    An error occurred.

            No user match was found.


EXAMPLES
       Example 1 Using pklogin_finder


       The  following  example  runs  the  pklogin_finder  command without any
       options:


         % pkcs11_inspect



       Example 2 Using pklogin_finder with Options


       The following example runs the pkcs_finder command with options:


         % pklogin_finder debug config_file=${HOME}/.pam_pkcs11.conf



FILES
       /etc/security/pam_pkcs11/pam_pkcs11.conf




AUTHORS
       Juan Antonio Martinez, jonsito@teleline.es

ATTRIBUTES
       See attributes(7) for descriptions of the following attributes:




       +-----------------------------+---------------------------------------+
       |      ATTRIBUTE TYPE         |           ATTRIBUTE VALUE             |
       +-----------------------------+---------------------------------------+
       |Availability                 |library/security/pam/module/pam-pkcs11 |
       +-----------------------------+---------------------------------------+
       |Interface Stability          |Uncommitted                            |
       +-----------------------------+---------------------------------------+

SEE ALSO
       pkcs11_inspect(1), attributes(7), pam_pkcs11(7)


       PAM-PKCS11 User Manual, http://www.opensc-project.org/pam_pkcs11



Solaris 11.4                      18 Jan 2012                pklogin_finder(1)