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Re: Xauthority

What I said was simply a justification of my earlier post, not an attempt
to suggest that you needed to do a better job or anything like that.  I
was simply justifying to the responder why I had felt that my post was on

On Wed, 5 Nov 1997, Cristian Gafton wrote:

> On Wed, 5 Nov 1997, Jason Pfeil wrote:
> > NO, it is NOT off topic.  It's possible that PAM is fuc*ing with Xauthority in 
> > some way.  However, I think I have fixed the problem, so ignore it...however 
> > it is NOT off-topic.
> What you think is also off-topic. And no "f" words on this list, please.
> And when you don't know something for sure, you ask first: "Does PAM have
> anything to do with Xauthority management ?" and you'll get an response
> "No. Look at http://www.redhat.com/linux-info/pam/what_pam_is_not.html";.
> Coming and telling PAM developers that "it's possible" that PAM is at
> blame for this _after_ you've got a response that PAM have nothing to do
> with it doesn't show a very positive light on your research on the
> problem.
> And since you've told us that you fixed that "NOT off-topic" problem with
> Xauthority, we'd like to have a patch or something for the PAM part. 
> Thank you,
> Cristian
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