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Re: Linux-PAM-0.59preE



On Thu, 8 Jan 1998, Andrew Morgan wrote:

> So this is to announce another pre-release of Linux-PAM.  (I think
> with 0.60 and above I am going to drop the idea of pre-releases as
> they are never ending...)

I think this is a good idea. I was thinking something along the lines of
making the 0.60, 0.70, etc the "stable" releases and 0.61-0.69, 0.71-0.79
the "development" ones. This way maybe we will converge faster to 1.0 :-)

>   The extra logic was inspired by Vipin Samar, a preliminary patch was
>   written by Andy Berkheimer, but I "had some ideas of my own" and
>   that's what I've actually included.  The basic idea is to allow the

I'd vote for making 0.60 a "stable" release with .rhosts patch, then
starting with this control flag change as .61

> Cristian: would you like to make an rpm for this?

Will do it, but I doubt the new libpam will be an official upgrade for RH
5.0 (b/c control flag logic change is too much of a step for a
supposed-bug-fix-only release)

Best wishes,

Cristian
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