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Fedora: pam-0.77-66.1 update Print E-mail
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Posted by Joe Shakespeare   
Fedora add argument to pam_console_apply to restrict its work to specified files. #140451 parse passwd entries correctly and test for failure

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Fedora Update Notification
FEDORA-2004-531
2004-12-20
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Product     : Fedora Core 3
Name        : pam
Version     : 0.77
Release     : 66.1
Summary     : A security tool which provides authentication for applications.
Description :
PAM (Pluggable Authentication Modules) is a system security tool that
allows system administrators to set authentication policy without
having to recompile programs that handle authentication.

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Update Information:

This update resolves various minor bugs of pam package in Fedora Core 3
and adds a new parameter to pam_console_apply to constrain it's work
to the specified files.
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* Wed Dec 08 2004 Tomas Mraz  0.77-66.1

- add argument to pam_console_apply to restrict its work to specified files
- #140451 parse passwd entries correctly and test for failure

* Thu Nov 11 2004 Tomas Mraz  0.77-66

- #77646 log failures when renaming the files when changing password
- Log failure on missing /etc/security/opasswd when remember option is present

* Wed Nov 10 2004 Tomas Mraz 

- #87628 pam_timestamp remembers authorization after logout
- #116956 fixed memory leaks in pam_stack


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This update can be downloaded from:
http://download.fedora.redhat.com/pub/fedora/linux/core/updates/3/

abb99f86fd1a9ed109b11f8004699dd8  SRPMS/pam-0.77-66.1.src.rpm
b5246c33d3d12b5f82654efeee06fb55  x86_64/pam-0.77-66.1.x86_64.rpm
aef0118ec92d301309025c7b68b4f4a0  x86_64/pam-devel-0.77-66.1.x86_64.rpm
add741b0976f8b8057ecfe1404322767  x86_64/debug/pam-debuginfo-0.77-66.1.x86_64.rpm
394dee8ab21b39c055ca27b295b6dd6c  x86_64/pam-0.77-66.1.i386.rpm
4bcffb03951f0fb215ebdfd34fcb7d7f  x86_64/pam-devel-0.77-66.1.i386.rpm
394dee8ab21b39c055ca27b295b6dd6c  i386/pam-0.77-66.1.i386.rpm
4bcffb03951f0fb215ebdfd34fcb7d7f  i386/pam-devel-0.77-66.1.i386.rpm
2bfad85fcc36a808ce0883b17dafd623  i386/debug/pam-debuginfo-0.77-66.1.i386.rpm

This update can also be installed with the Update Agent; you can
launch the Update Agent with the 'up2date' command.
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