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PAM Sessionrun is a PAM module that can run a script on the start and stop of a PAM session. The script is provided the username and password (if available) of the user when it is ran. This can be used for numerous things including:

* Mounting/unmounting volumes on login/logout

* Caching passwords for other services

* Enforcing certain scripts to be ran on login

* Controlling access to a machine via return code from a script

* Anything else you can think of ... :)

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