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> Date: Wed, 11 Jun 1997 21:40:34 -0400 (EDT)
> From: Kirk Bauer <kirk@ns.kaybee.org>

> 2)  Yesterday somebody promised some PAM modules for one-time passwords,
>     but I haven't heard back, whoever that was, can you please let us know
>     what the status on those modules are?

Yes, that was me.  You can download the module from
  
  http://www.pharos.com.au/mbp/ 

You will also need to obtain the S/Key libraries from one of the usual
Linux archives.  Install the S/Key tools & libraries, but _don't_
overwrite your version of login etc with the S/Key ones: continue to
use the PAM versions.

Status: they seem to work well & reliably, they're free to use, and
there is of course no warranty.  When I have time, I will produce
better packaging and documentation and start submitting them to
archive sites.

I'm happy to help by email if you have any problems, and I'd like to
hear if it works OK.

Yours,

- -- 
  Martin Pool, Pharos Business Solutions <m.pool@pharos.com.au> GSX250FN
  "The designer of Java paid close attention to the lessons of C++
   and he still has both his feet." -- Peter van der Linden
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