morgan at transmeta.com
Fri Apr 17 15:29:06 GMT 1998
There are no specific recommendations. It is just hoped that modules
will support it.
What you suggest seems like a reasonable extension to me, although an
alternative might be to use other keywords, warn/debug/verbose...?
Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton writes:
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> onwards and upwards: the ever increasing version numbers. same location:
> an old bug in the client connection code (reversed the order of the called
> / calling names for the SMB connection) meant that NT servers rejected the
> connection. fixed this.
> also reduced the debug log level from 50 to 0 :-)
> i noticed in one of the other pam modules a "debug" parameter. is that an
> integer number, with 0 as critical debug info reporting only, and
> increasing upwards for more verbose info?
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