On Thu, Dec 07, 2000 at 03:24:06AM +0000, Jimmy O'Regan mentioned:
> > > True, true. And then you've got all those Other auth modules that PAM
> > > has been busy sprouting - LDAP and SMB for starters.
> Ummmm.... I thought all those PAM modules required entries for the user
> with something like a * in the password field?
I think you are confusing the old NIS type stuff, where the last entry in
the password file had to be a "+" sign. nsswitch got rid of all that.
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