I guess I need clarification. Since PAM modules aren't versioned, is
there a problem? Or did you rename all the modules with OpenPAM?
PAM modules *are* versioned.
As I've asked you many times in the past, I cannot understand your
desires from your _once_ sentance responces. This is the biggest thing
that makes it almost impossible for me to work with you.
Why can't you say something like:
PAM modules used to not be versioned, however starting in -CURRENT
with OpenPAM they are now versioned. Also, unlike all other shared
objects, -CURRENT PAM modules do not have a non-versioned `.so'
symlink (nor will they ever). Thus it is safe to put all the
pam_*.so (non-versioned) into compat4x and our users' lives will be
[The above is my guess of the situation from some poking around. BUT
what would have been nice if you could have provided being the PAM expert
of the moment.]
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