The lines of the configuration file have the following syntax:
The user can be specified in the following manner:
- a username
- a groupname, with @group syntax. This should not be confused with netgroups.
- a SELinux user name with %seuser syntax.
The recognized options are:
Only single login session will be allowed for the user and the user's processes will be killed on logout.
The module will never return PAM_SUCCESS status for the user. It will return PAM_IGNORE if SELinux is in the enforcing mode, and PAM_AUTH_ERR otherwise. It is useful if you want to support passwordless guest users and other confined users with passwords simultaneously.
The lines which start with # character are comments and are ignored.
These are some example lines which might be specified in /etc/security/sepermit.conf.
%guest_u:exclusive %staff_u:ignore %user_u:ignore
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pam_sepermit and this manual page were written by Tomas Mraz <email@example.com>