Changeset 647 in openpam


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Mar 5, 2013, 5:49:55 PM (8 years ago)
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Dag-Erling Smørgrav
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    2                 Release notes for OpenPAM Micrampelis
    3                 =====================================
     2                  Release notes for OpenPAM ????????
     3                  ==================================
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    55This release corresponds to the code used in FreeBSD HEAD as of the
     
    88installed.
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    10 The library itself is complete.  Documentation exists in the form of
    11 man pages for the library functions.  These man pages are generated by
    12 a Perl script from specially marked-up comments in the source files
    13 themselves, which minimizes the chance that any of them should be out
    14 of date.
     10The distribution consists of the following components:
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    16 The distribution also includes three sample modules (pam_deny,
    17 pam_permit and pam_unix) and a sample application (su).  These are not
    18 intended for actual use, but rather to serve as examples for module or
    19 application developers.  It also includes a command-line application
    20 (pamtest) which can be used to test policies and modules.
     12 - The PAM library itself, with complete API documentation.
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    22 Unit tests for limited portions of the library can be found in the t
    23 subdirectory.
     14 - Sample modules (pam_permit, pam_deny and pam_unix) and a sample
     15   application (su) which demonstrate how to use PAM.
     16
     17 - A test application (pamtest) which can be used to test policies and
     18   modules.
     19
     20 - A library which implements the OATH one-time password algorithms,
     21   with complete API documentation.
     22
     23 - A PAM module which implements OATH-based authentication.
     24
     25 - Unit tests for limited portions of the libraries.
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    2527Please direct bug reports and inquiries to <des@des.no>.
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