|author||Timothy Pearson <email@example.com>||2012-01-22 00:28:18 -0600|
|committer||Timothy Pearson <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2012-01-22 00:28:18 -0600|
Part 1 of 2 of kdm rename
Diffstat (limited to 'README.pam')
1 files changed, 7 insertions, 7 deletions
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
KDE can be configured to support the PAM ("Pluggable Authentication
-Modules") system for password checking by the display manager kdm and
+Modules") system for password checking by the display manager tdm and
by the screen saver kscreensaver (for unlocking the display).
PAM is a flexible application-transparent configurable user-authentication
@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@ By default, PAM is automatically used, if it is found. Use
If PAM is found, KDE usually uses the PAM service "kde". You may
override it for all KDE programs by using --with-pam=<service> and/or
individually by using --with-<prog>-pam=<service>, where <prog> is
-one of kdm, kcp and kss (for kdm, kcheckpass and kscreensaver).
+one of tdm, kcp and kss (for tdm, kcheckpass and kscreensaver).
"make install" will attempt to create suitable service definitions; either
by putting files into /etc/pam.d/ or by adding text to /etc/pam.conf. The
@@ -35,18 +35,18 @@ services are just copies of the "login" service.
You may want to edit these definitions to meet your needs.
There are also two example service definitions in this directory -
kde.pamd and kscreensaver.pamd - but don't just copy them!
-If the services are misconfigured, you will NOT be able to login via KDM
+If the services are misconfigured, you will NOT be able to login via TDM
and/or unlock a locked screen!
If there is ever any doubt about which PAM service a program was
compiled with, it can be determined by examining the PAM-generated
-entries in the system log associated with kdm logins or kscreensaver
+entries in the system log associated with tdm logins or kscreensaver
PAM configuration files have four types of entries for each service:
-type used by kdm used by kscreensaver
+type used by tdm used by kscreensaver
---- ----------- --------------------
auth x x
@@ -58,10 +58,10 @@ configuration files and PAM documentation on your system for guidance as
to what entries to make. If you call a PAM service that is not
configured, the default action of PAM is likely to be denial of service.
-Note: kdm implements PAM "session" support, which is not implemented in
+Note: tdm implements PAM "session" support, which is not implemented in
certain PAM-aware xdm's that it may be replacing (e.g., the Red Hat
Linux 5.x xdm did not implement it). This may be configured to carry out
-actions when a user opens or closes an kdm session, if a suitable PAM
+actions when a user opens or closes an tdm session, if a suitable PAM
module is available (e.g., mount and unmount user-specific filesystems).
Note 2: Screensavers typically only authenticate a user to allow her to