[Pkg-shadow-devel] Re: problem with CLOSE_SESSION

Bénédicte et Éric ROUGIER eric.rougier at tiscali.fr
Thu Jun 15 13:14:08 UTC 2006

Thanks a lot, I have wrote a goog common-pammount file and after a 
reboot, all work fine.


Nicolas François a écrit :

>On Wed, Jun 14, 2006 at 11:26:47PM +0200, eric.rougier at tiscali.fr wrote:
>>After logout
>>pam_mount: received order to close things
>>pam_mount: real and effective user ID are 0 and 0.
>>pam_mount: command: /usr/sbin/pmvarrun [-u] [rougiere] [-d] [-o] [-1]
>>pam_mount: setting uid to 0
>>pam_mount: real user/group IDs are 0/1000, effective is 0/1000
>>pmvarrun: parsed count value 7
>>pam_mount: pmvarrun says login count is 6
>>pam_mount: rougiere seems to have other remaining open sessions
>>pam_mount: pam_mount execution complete
>>pam_mount: Clean global config (0)
>>pam_mount: clean system authtok (0)
>This make me think that pam_mount was called when the session was closed.
>I don't know how pmvarrun works, and I don't understand why it retruns
>that you have 6 other sessions (this may be the reason why there are no
>Maybe you can try to reboot and login on a console (without login on X
>previously; the goal is to avoid any other open session: just login and
>logout, without executing anything else). You can maybe also check with
>"who" the number of open sessions.
>Note: I've not seen the pam_mount module in your PAM's login file (it is
>probably in one of the -common files included by the login's PAM file).
>Make sure pam_mount is used as specified in its documentation.
>I don't use pam_mount, so I can't help you much more.
>Maybe you can contact the libpam-mount maintainer.
>Kind Regards,

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