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CVS commit: wip

Module name:    wip
Committed by:   pettai
Date:           Wed Nov 30 14:12:45 UTC 2011

Modified Files:
        wip: Makefile
Added Files:
        wip/pam-krb5: DESCR Makefile PLIST distinfo

Log Message:

  pam-krb5 provides a Kerberos v5 PAM module that supports authentication,
  user ticket cache handling, simple authorization (via .k5login or
  checking Kerberos principals against local usernames), and password
  changing.  It can be configured through either options in the PAM
  configuration itself or through entries in the system krb5.conf file,
  and it tries to work around PAM implementation flaws in commonly-used
  PAM-enabled applications such as OpenSSH and xdm.

  This is not the Kerberos v5 PAM module maintained on Sourceforge and
  used on Red Hat systems.  It is an independent implementation that, if
  it ever shared any common code, diverged long ago.  It supports some
  features that the Sourceforge module does not (particularly around
  authorization), and does not support some options (particularly ones not
  directly related to Kerberos v5) that it does.  This module will never
  support Kerberos v4 or AFS.  For an AFS session module that works with
  this module (or any other Kerberos v5 PAM module), see:


  If there are other options besides AFS and Kerberos v4 support from the
  Sourceforge PAM module that you're missing in this module, please let me

  This module contains preliminary support for PKINIT authentication
  provided that the Kerberos library against which it was built supports
  PKINIT.  This code has not been well-tested and should be considered

To generate a diff of this commit:
cvs -z3 rdiff -u -r0 -r1.1 wip/pam-krb5/DESCR wip/pam-krb5/Makefile \
    wip/pam-krb5/PLIST wip/pam-krb5/distinfo
cvs -z3 rdiff -u -r1.4545 -r1.4546 wip/Makefile

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