pam_tty_audit.so is missing in oneiric/precise

Bug #937005 reported by Martin Palma on 2012-02-20
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Bug Description

I can't find the pam_tty_audit.so module. From what i know it should get installed with the package 'libpam-modules'.

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Matt Fischer (mfisch) wrote :

It is also not present on precise. Interestingly this was worked on before: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/pam/+bug/588547

summary: - pam_tty_audit.so is missing in oneiric
+ pam_tty_audit.so is missing in oneiric/precise
Changed in pam (Ubuntu):
status: New → Confirmed
Steve Langasek (vorlon) on 2013-02-12
Changed in pam (Ubuntu):
status: Confirmed → Fix Committed
Launchpad Janitor (janitor) wrote :
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This bug was fixed in the package pam - 1.1.3-8ubuntu1

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pam (1.1.3-8ubuntu1) raring; urgency=low

  * Merge from Debian unstable, remaining changes:
    - debian/libpam-modules.postinst: Add PATH to /etc/environment if it's
      not present there or in /etc/security/pam_env.conf. (should send to
      Debian).
    - debian/libpam0g.postinst: only ask questions during update-manager when
      there are non-default services running.
    - debian/libpam0g.postinst: check if gdm is actually running before
      trying to reload it.
    - debian/libpam0g.postinst: the init script for 'samba' is now named
      'smbd' in Ubuntu, so fix the restart handling.
    - Change Vcs-Bzr to point at the Ubuntu branch.
    - debian/patches-applied/series: Ubuntu patches are as below ...
    - debian/patches-applied/ubuntu-rlimit_nice_correction: Explicitly
      initialise RLIMIT_NICE rather than relying on the kernel limits.
    - debian/patches-applied/pam_umask_usergroups_from_login.defs.patch:
      Deprecate pam_unix' explicit "usergroups" option and instead read it
      from /etc/login.def's "USERGROUP_ENAB" option if umask is only defined
      there. This restores compatibility with the pre-PAM behaviour of login.
    - debian/patches-applied/pam_motd-legal-notice: display the contents of
      /etc/legal once, then set a flag in the user's homedir to prevent
      showing it again.
    - debian/update-motd.5, debian/libpam-modules.manpages: add a manpage
      for update-motd, with some best practices and notes of explanation.
    - debian/patches/update-motd-manpage-ref: add a reference in pam_motd(8)
      to update-motd(5)
    - debian/local/common-session{,-noninteractive}: Enable pam_umask by
      default, now that the umask setting is gone from /etc/profile.
    - debian/local/pam-auth-update: Add the new md5sums for pam_umask addition.
    - Build-depend on libfl-dev in addition to flex, for cross-building
      support.
    - Add /usr/local/games to PATH. LP: #110287.

pam (1.1.3-8) unstable; urgency=low

  * Confirm NMU for bug #611136; thanks to Michael Gilbert.
    - As a side effect, there will no longer be errors from reading the
      .pam_environment twice since we are now reading it 0 times.
      LP: #955032.
  * Adjust the pam_env documentation to match the module behavior resulting
    from the previous security upload. Closes: #693995.
  * debian/rules: never regenerate manpages at build time; this may cause
    build skew that breaks the world in a multiarch context. LP: #1095887.
  * debian/patches-applied/glibc-2_16-compilation-fix.patch: fix missing
    include causing build failure with eglibc 2.16. Thanks to Daniel
    Schepler <email address hidden>. Closes: #693450.
  * Ditch autoconf patch in favor of a build-dependency on dh-autoreconf,
    which will let us keep up-to-date with newer autotools. In the present
    instance, this gets us aarch64 support.
  * Install pam_timestamp_check - and while we're at it, move the manpage
    to the correct binary package. Closes: #648695.
  * Update lintian overrides to suppress some noise about hardening and
    manpages.
  * Enable audit support, by popul...

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Changed in pam (Ubuntu):
status: Fix Committed → Fix Released
Adam Koczur (sbv) wrote :

When the fix for 12.04 will be released?

Steve Langasek (vorlon) wrote :

This will not be fixed in 12.04. Libaudit is not a supported library in that release.

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