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Example: PAM-DeleGate server and its client
Example: PAM-DeleGate server and its client communicating over SSL
Note that most of PAM authentications need to be executed under the privilege of superuser on Unix (with OWNER="root" option). But you can avoid running your PAM-DeleGate server with superuser privilege by installing external program "dgpam" under DGROOT/subin/.
The default port number of the experimental PAM/HTTP server is 8686. Other ports can be specified as AUTHRIZER=-pam//host..port, for example as AUTHORIZER="-pam//hostX..8765/passwd".
PAM/HTTP protocol uses the format of HTTP compatible request/response messages as follows.
Following the format, you can easily develop your own PAM server, instead of PAM-DeleGate, using your own HTTP server with CGI or so.