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Re: redhat kerberos PAM
Le Thu, Nov 09, 2000 at 11:28:18AM +1100, Brian May écrivait:
> >>>>> "Joel" == Joel Kociolek <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Joel> I've managed to make Franck Cusack's PAM module work with
> Joel> heimdal with only a small patch.
> If I was to package a PAM module for Debian Linux,
That would be great! I'm a hardcore Debian user, and my company is
mostly Debian based.
> which one should I use?
I really can't tell. I've worked on Franck Cusack's module only because
it was the less MIT specific that I found at this time. Also I've heard
that his module was one of the cleanest PAM krb5 modules at the time I
searched for one, but I don't understand enough PAM and kerberos to be
able to confirm this.
But my patch is really ugly. It was only a quick hack to check that this
was doable. The patch from FreeBSD ports seems to me (at first sight) a
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