> Bruce Momjian writes:
> > The only reason to add double-crypt is so we can continue to use
> > /etc/passwd entries on systems that use crypt() in /etc/passwd.
> On the sites that are most likely to utilize that (because they have a lot
> of users) it won't work (because they use NIS). There are better ways to
> do that (e.g., PAM).
> Also, see http://httpd.apache.org/docs/misc/FAQ.html#passwdauth
Thanks. That was a nice description. Seems no one is worried about
losing /etc/passwd capability so I will not worry about doing
double-crypt and concentrate on md5. I just didn't want to remove
functionality before warning people.
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