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Re: Is pamconfig-0.50-5 needed after upgrading to pam-0.57-4?



On Sun, 30 Mar 1997, Steve "Stevers!" Coile wrote:

> >From what I've gotten from you and Andrew, I gather I can safely delete
> /etc/pam.conf.  What about /sbin/pamconfig?
> 
> Basically, I'd like an answer to the question:
> 
>     Is it safe to "rpm -e pamconfig"?

Not now. Further upgrades on packages from RH may require still pamconfig
to be lying around. Until /etc/pam.d/ becomes de facto standard for RH
packages, it is a good idea to leave it around (some packages are
dependent on i)

Short answer: no, do not rpm -e pamconfig. /etc/pam.d/ is not de facto
standrad for RH packages.

Best wishes,
		Cristian Gafton
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Cristian Gafton                                    gafton@sorosis.ro
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