login process pairing

Sam Hartman hartmans at MIT.EDU
Tue Jun 3 04:57:43 EDT 2003

>>>>> "Darren" == Darren Reed (OSE) <darrenr at optimation.com.au> writes:

    Darren> Hmm, I was just about to write an email asking about the
    Darren> rationale, design, etc, of running a "slave" login process
    Darren> while a user is logged in when it dawned on me that login
    Darren> is part of appl/bsd and may fall into the "let it rot"
    Darren> basket.

It is, but we're certainly happy to discuss it.

Also, it's going to be more like dump appl/bsd off into a sourceforge
repository or something similar maintained by a group of interested
people rather than let it rot.  It was very clear on this list that we
cannot get away without pointing people to something to use for
appl/bsd if we drop appl/bsd from our tree.

You want to run a slave login process to destroy tickets when the user
logs out.

Note that a PAM login needs to do the same thing to implement

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