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PAM_GET_DATA(3)               Linux-PAM Manual               PAM_GET_DATA(3)

NAME         top

       pam_get_data - get module internal data

SYNOPSIS         top

       #include <security/pam_modules.h>

       int pam_get_data(const pam_handle_t *pamh,
                        const char *module_data_name, const void **data);

DESCRIPTION         top

       This function together with the pam_set_data(3) function is useful to
       manage module-specific data meaningful only to the calling PAM

       The pam_get_data function looks up the object associated with the
       (hopefully) unique string module_data_name in the PAM context
       specified by the pamh argument. A successful call to pam_get_data
       will result in data pointing to the object. Note, this data is not a
       copy and should be treated as constant by the module.

RETURN VALUES         top

           Data was successful retrieved.

           A NULL pointer was submitted as PAM handle or the function was
           called by an application.

           Module data not found or there is an entry, but it has the value

SEE ALSO         top

       pam_end(3), pam_set_data(3), pam_strerror(3)

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Linux-PAM Manual                 04/01/2016                  PAM_GET_DATA(3)

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