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Template: libpam-runtime/title
Type: title
_Description: PAM configuration

Template: libpam-runtime/profiles
Type: multiselect
Choices: ${profiles}
Choices-C: ${profile_names}
_Description: PAM profiles to enable:
 Pluggable Authentication Modules (PAM) determine how authentication,
 authorization, and password changing are handled on the system, as well
 as allowing configuration of additional actions to take when starting
 user sessions.
 .
 Some PAM module packages provide profiles that can be used to
 automatically adjust the behavior of all PAM-using applications on the
 system.  Please indicate which of these behaviors you wish to enable.

Template: libpam-runtime/conflicts
Type: error
#flag:translate!:3
#flag:comment:2
# This paragraph is followed by a (currently) non-translatable list of
# PAM profile names.
_Description: Incompatible PAM profiles selected.
 The following PAM profiles cannot be used together:
 .
 ${conflicts}
 .
 Please select a different set of modules to enable.

Template: libpam-runtime/override
Type: boolean
Default: false
_Description: Override local changes to /etc/pam.d/common-*?
 One or more of the files /etc/pam.d/common-{auth,account,password,session}
 have been locally modified.  Please indicate whether these local changes
 should be overridden using the system-provided configuration.  If you
 decline this option, you will need to manage your system's
 authentication configuration by hand.

Template: libpam-runtime/no_profiles_chosen
Type: error
_Description: No PAM profiles have been selected.
 No PAM profiles have been selected for use on this system.  This would grant
 all users access without authenticating, and is not allowed.  Please select
 at least one PAM profile from the available list.