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Re: pam.conf/pam.d behavior



Erik Troan wrote:
> This has some bad RPM interactions, unfortunately. You end up with a bunch
> of files which RPM doesn't own and doesn't know what to do with. 

Fair point. I see you problem now.

What about having a pam_conv.rpm that upgrades your pam.conf file and
gradually gets made redundant as you upgrade your applications..?

Regards

Andrew
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