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1.4.0
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Many changes. See USAGE for details.
1.3.17
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Allow any number of retries, instead of only up to 3.
Add ruser option, to authenticate as PAM_RUSER instead of PAM_USER,
to allow applications such as 'su' to authenticate as the real user.
Patch from David Mitchell.
Add 'localifdown' option.
1.3.16
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Memory handling fixes, which caused the module to not work on RH9.0
Added dummy pam_sm_acct_mgmt() function, which is needed by pppd 2.4
Increase the allowed length of user names
1.3.15
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Bug fix: don't try to free() static storage when using skip_passwd.
Implement retry option.
1.3.14
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Solaris 8 changed their header files for PAM.
Bug fix to work on HURD: Don't use PATH_MAX.
1.3.13
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Fix a bug where *no* module options would prevent it from finding
the configuration file. Jon Nelson <jnelson@securepipe.com>
1.3.12
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Solaris helpfully passes argc==1 and argv==NULL to the function
pam_private_session(). So we've got to check for that ridiculous
condition.
Based on comments from "David Black" <dblack@angara.com>
Check that the response packet ID matches the request ID.
Based on a patch from Leon Vernikov <vernikov@cisco.com>
Use Calling-Station-Id (string), instead of Login-IP-Host (IP address)
for the name of the host the user is logging in from.
Comments from Mike Smith <powertec@beeb.net>
Fix for a buffer overflow from Vesselin Atanasov <vesselin@bgnet.bg>
miscellanous bug fixes. Don't add password to accounting requests;
log more errors; add NAS-Port and NAS-Port-Type attributes to ALL
packets.
Some patches based on input from Grzegorz Paszka <Grzegorz.Paszka@pik-net.pl>
1.3.11
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Bug fixes from Jon Nelson <jnelson@securepipe.com>
Bug fixes from robert.hendrickx@smals-mvm.be
More debugging messages.
1.3.10
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If no password is given, then add a blank password to the outgoing request.
This change ensures that the outgoing packet is RFC compliant.