Load cups into easysw/current.
[thirdparty/cups.git] / config-scripts / cups-pam.m4
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2 dnl "$Id: cups-pam.m4 4913 2006-01-11 01:42:04Z mike $"
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4 dnl   PAM stuff for the Common UNIX Printing System (CUPS).
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24
25 AC_ARG_ENABLE(pam, [  --enable-pam            turn on PAM support, default=yes])
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27 dnl Don't use PAM with AIX...
28 if test $uname = AIX; then
29         enable_pam=no
30 fi
31
32 PAMDIR=""
33 PAMFILE=""
34 PAMLIBS=""
35 PAMMOD="pam_unknown.so"
36
37 if test x$enable_pam != xno; then
38         SAVELIBS="$LIBS"
39
40         AC_CHECK_LIB(dl,dlopen)
41         AC_CHECK_LIB(pam,pam_start)
42         AC_CHECK_HEADER(security/pam_appl.h)
43         if test x$ac_cv_header_security_pam_appl_h != xyes; then
44                 AC_CHECK_HEADER(pam/pam_appl.h,
45                         AC_DEFINE(HAVE_PAM_PAM_APPL_H))
46         fi
47
48         if test x$ac_cv_lib_pam_pam_start != xno; then
49                 # Set the necessary libraries for PAM...
50                 if test x$ac_cv_lib_dl_dlopen != xno; then
51                         PAMLIBS="-lpam -ldl"
52                 else
53                         PAMLIBS="-lpam"
54                 fi
55
56                 # Find the PAM configuration directory, if any...
57                 for dir in /private/etc/pam.d /etc/pam.d; do
58                         if test -d $dir; then
59                                 PAMDIR=$dir
60                                 break;
61                         fi
62                 done
63         fi
64
65         LIBS="$SAVELIBS"
66
67         case "$uname" in
68                 Darwin*)
69                         # Darwin, MacOS X
70                         PAMFILE="pam.darwin"
71                         ;;
72                 IRIX)
73                         # SGI IRIX
74                         PAMFILE="pam.irix"
75                         ;;
76                 *)
77                         # All others; this test might need to be updated
78                         # as Linux distributors move things around...
79                         for mod in pam_unix2.so pam_unix.so pam_pwdb.so; do
80                                 if test -f /lib/security/$mod; then
81                                         PAMMOD="$mod"
82                                         break;
83                                 fi
84                         done
85
86                         PAMFILE="pam.std"
87                         ;;
88         esac
89 fi
90
91 AC_SUBST(PAMDIR)
92 AC_SUBST(PAMFILE)
93 AC_SUBST(PAMLIBS)
94 AC_SUBST(PAMMOD)
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