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Re: How to get ipaddress



I'm missing the original post, but another possibility, if you're
running this daemon through inetd, is to use the tcp-env package.  It
will put the ip address into an environment variable for you.

-mike

> 
> Hello all.
> 
> Thank you for your responses.
> 
> > PAM has no way (that I know of) of providing you with the IP address of
> > the user, though you can use pam_get_item to get the rhost or the tty.
> >
> > From the rhost or the tty, you can use whatever tools are available in
> > your language to get the IP address.
> 
> Does pam-get-item with PAM-RHOST give me a hostname of a user?
> If so,  I can call gethostbyname with the hostname.
> 
> Whenever I tried pam-get-item(pamh, PAM-RHOST, (void *)&buffer) ,
> buffer was unreadable.
> ntohl, htonl were not successfull.
> My DNS problem?
> 
> Would you tell me how to use this function in detail?
> 
> Thank you in advance.
> 
> 
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