The pam_time PAM module does not authenticate the user, but instead
it restricts access to a system and or specific applications at
various times of the day and on specific days or over various
terminal lines. This module can be configured to deny access to
(individual) users based on their name, the time of day, the day of
week, the service they are applying for and their terminal from which
they are making their request.
By default rules for time/port access are taken from config file
If Linux PAM is compiled with audit support the module will report
when it denies access.
Access was granted.
Not all relevant data could be gotten.
Memory buffer error.
Access was not granted.
The user is not known to the system.
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Linux-PAM Manual 04/01/2016 PAM_TIME(8)