Meeting: SLLUG Daytime SIG – Cooking with PAM – April 8, 2009 @ 11:30am

It’s time to announce April’s presentation, it’s looking to be great.

Cooking with PAM

Thad Van Ry will cover the basics of Pluggable Authentication Modules (PAM). If you’re a Sys Admin who wants to know how PAM can help you or hurt you, this meeting is for you. Thad will go over the different stacks available as well as how to call modules and their control flags.

Thad is a Linux System Administrator for the LDS Church. He has been using Linux in his work life for the past 12+ years.

We meet in conference room A on the lower level of the Salt Lake Library.  Head down the stairs, make a left turn.  The conference room is directly under the foyer area (the area with all the shops on the 1st level)  If you aren’t clear, ask the information desk.  A map is available of all floor plans of the library.

Also, our meetings should be posted on the Electric Signs by the entrance to the library on the first floor.



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3 Responses to Meeting: SLLUG Daytime SIG – Cooking with PAM – April 8, 2009 @ 11:30am

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  2. Bill Davidsen says:

    The PAM talk sounds very useful, but to justify travel from upstate NY, not so much. This would be a great chance to make a recording of the talk and share with the rest of the world.

    Stuff like this is why I follow the blogs…

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