svn commit: samba r23322 - in branches/SAMBA_3_0_26/source: .
Gerald (Jerry) Carter
jerry at samba.org
Wed Jun 6 12:46:16 GMT 2007
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Andrew Bartlett wrote:
>>> I don't see the harm in having these sorts of options in
>>> the code, but deliberately not documenting them.
>> But they never stay undocumented. They become part of Samba
>> urban legends.
> Has that actually happened? I don't know of any
> Samba legends about 'auth methods', which has been an
> a similar situation for a long time...
yes. periodically, an smb.conf gets posted with
a non-default "auth methods" value. I can dig up posts if
you like. And then there was the debian config files that
shipped with "passdb backend" including "guest" in the
list of values.
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