Projects / pam_chroot


pam_chroot is a Linux PAM module that allows a user to be chrooted in auth, account, or session. Its configuration employs a flexible syntax that allows users to be selectively chrooted based upon usernames or group membership.

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Recent releases

  •  01 Oct 2007 00:05

    Release Notes: This change includes minor bugfixes in the source, a revamp of the code formatting, and adjustments to the Makefile that make it respect externally-set environment variables.

    •  03 Mar 2005 04:40

      Release Notes: The offset in the onerr= strcmp was fixed and examples were added to the sample chroot.conf.

      •  05 Jul 2004 04:23

        Release Notes: Support was added for security checks on the conf file and chroot_dir.

        •  05 May 2004 03:58

          Release Notes: This release added support for extended regular expressions, user/group matching, and back-references in the chroot directory construction. Memory leaks were fixed.


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