HEADS UP: /etc/pam.conf ==> /etc/pam.d

Joerg Sonnenberger joerg at britannica.bec.de
Fri Jul 22 11:24:59 PDT 2005

Hi all,
I just commited the move to /etc/pam.d. This makes it much easier and
reliable to add new services e.g. from the ports/pkgsrc tree, but can
mean some initial hassle. You can convert your existing pam.conf by
calling "sh /etc/pam.d/convert.sh", alternatively give it the directory
to write the service files into and the file to read from.


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