|[email protected] or C-SPACE||set-mark-command||Mark the beginning (or end) of a region.|
|C-x C-x||exchange-point-and-mark||Exchange location of cursor and mark.|
|C-w or SHIFT-DELETE||kill-region||Delete the region|
|C-y or SHIFT-INSERT||yank||Paste most recently killed or copied text.|
|ESC-w or C-INSERT||kill-ring-save||Copy the region.|
|C-x C-p||mark-page||Mark page.|
|C-x h||mark-whole-buffer||Mark buffer.|
|ESC-y||yank-pop||After C-y, pastes earlier deletion.|
Pluggable authentication modules (PAM) are a mechanism to integrate multiple low-level authentication schemes into a high-level application programming interface (API). It allows programs that rely on authentication to be written independent of the underlying authentication scheme. PAM was first proposed by Sun Microsystems in an Open Software Foundation Request for Comments (RFC) 86.0 dated October 1995. It was adopted as the authentication framework of the Common Desktop Environment. As a stand-alone infrastructure, PAM first appeared from an open-source, Linux-PAM, development in Red Hat Linux 3.0.4 in August 1996. PAM is currently supported in the AIX operating system, DragonFly BSD, FreeBSD, HP-UX, Linux, Mac OS X, NetBSD and Solaris.
Below is a list of good resources related to PAM that you can use to improve your Linux security model.
A sound and well composed catechism studied well and dept in memory, would be a good measure of knowledge, to ordinary Christians, and make them solid and orderly in their understanding,
and in their proceeding to the smaller points, and would prevent a great deal of error and miscarriage, that many by ill teaching are cast upon, to their own and the churches grief!
We can see plainly that the a few of the sound benefits of committing a catechism that exhorts sound doctrine offers:
1. Ground Christians in the fundamentals of Christian doctrine.
2. Refutation of error introduced into the Church.
3. A continual means of growing in grace.
So what are some biblically faithful catechisms that you can use to commit to memory? Here are a few: