the problem is something like this :---
for some reasons i want to stop usage of passwd for some time.
so i decided to edit /etc/pam.d/passwd (on a redhat system)
now the first line of the file was
auth required deny.so
I expected that nobody will be able to change passwd now but this was
found to be untrue.
Can somebody explain me how to do so.
I would also like to know how can i stop a particular user (say guest)
from changing his passwd using the pam file. I want to allow everybody
except guest to have permission to change passwd.
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