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RE: Speak now, or...



I was under, perhaps the misguided, impression that we wanted to make a   
PAM system which was compatible with Sun's implementation.

Has that changed?

If so, then there are some MAJOR flaws which we can clean up and discard   
at a whim -- starting with the golden rule that an application may not   
call pam_set_item (PAM_AUTHTOK, ...)!

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From:  Michael K. Johnson[SMTP:johnsonm@redhat.com]
Sent:  Thursday, July 25, 1996 12:09 PM
To:  pam-list
Subject:  Re: Speak now, or...


Al Longyear writes:
>PAM seems to work on the Sun platforms. It works without keeping login   
    

>there. Perhaps you should go back and investigate what Sun does before   
    

>you decide to change things so drastically.

I'm not interested in using saf/ttymon/etc.  If you think that having
login wait is such a travesty of Unix, I'm suprised that you are pushing
saf/ttymon/etc...

michaelkjohnson

"Ever wonder why the SAME PEOPLE make up ALL the conspiracy theories?"


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