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Attempt to clarify format of mapping files

I didn't realise from the original version that it was a series of
different token IDs - i thought it was different parts of the OTP.
Hopefully this change clarifys whats really going on here.

Part of the patch/doco for Issue 44.
http://code.google.com/p/yubico-pam/issues/detail?id=44
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@@ -246,8 +246,8 @@ each user you want to allow onto the system using a Yubikey.
The mappings should look like this, one per line:
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- <user name>:<Yubikey token ID>:<Yubikey token ID>:….
- <user name>:<Yubikey token ID>:<Yubikey token ID>:….
+ <first user name>:<Yubikey token ID1>:<Yubikey token ID2>:….
+ <second user name>:<Yubikey token ID3>:<Yubikey token ID4>:….
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Now add authfile=/etc/yubikey_mappings to your PAM configuration line, so it
@@ -265,7 +265,7 @@ directory and places the mapping in that file, the file must have only one
line:
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- <user name>:<Yubikey token ID>:<Yubikey token ID>
+ <user name>:<Yubikey token ID1>:<Yubikey token ID2>
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This is much the same concept as the SSH authorized_keys file.

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