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pam_opie request



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I'd like to register to do the pam_opie module...

In case others would like to also play with OPIE, I've just finished
two RPM's for it.

source and binary rpms are available:

ftp://ftp.as.ucsb.edu/pub/unix/security/opie-2.3-1.src.rpm
ftp://ftp.as.ucsb.edu/pub/unix/security/opie-devel-2.3-1.src.rpm
ftp://ftp.as.ucsb.edu/pub/unix/security/opie-2.3-1.i386.rpm
ftp://ftp.as.ucsb.edu/pub/unix/security/opie-devel-2.3-1.i386.rpm

(soon to be uploaded to incoming... I'd like some beta testers first
though...)

All are pgp signed by my RPM key-ID 0xEA2A7FBD.

FYI:

I also have a unique patch for ssh-1.2.16 which adds both SKEY and
OPIE as authentication methods to both server and client. (SKEY only
affects the server code, though.)

a spec file for building ssh:
ftp://ftp.as.ucsb.edu/pub/unix/security/ssh-1.2.16-1+opie.spec
and the patch:
ftp://ftp.as.ucsb.edu/pub/unix/security/ssh-1.2.16-opie-diffs

You'll need to get the ssh source from the place listed in the spec.

Cheers,
Marc.

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