#auth sufficient /lib/security/pam_rootok.so
auth sufficient /lib/security/pam_permit.so
read the pam docs on pam_localuser.so
>> I'm on a Windows machine at the moment so I can't check my own setup, but
>> from memory all you really need is the /etc/kppp.allow file with a
>> list of
>> user names that are to be allowed (don't need root in it though). From
>> memory thats all I did.
> After all this time using the Start menu on my RedHat 8 installation, I
> finally see the uppermost item is KPPP, and it's set to allow me to run
> it as a non-root user.
I have a question about 'ping' work with netfilter.How can I
ban the icmp echo message out and still can send icmp request message
out and can recieve the icmp echo message at the same time.e.g.
I wish I can ping other computer which don't ban icmp echo,but I
also want my computer can't respond the 'ping' from others.I use
Thanks in Advance.