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* debathena/third/cyrus-sasl2-mit/debian: Import from Debathena package. Based on the defunct Debian cyrus-sasl2-mit package materials, with substantial modification. * debathena/third/cyrus-sasl2-mit/debathena-cyrus-sasl2-mit: Debathenificator-style script to create the packages. Does not use the debathenificator back end since we're not directly modifying a native system package.
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2
3IMPORTANT:
4You MUST install one of the libsasl2-modules* packages for SASL to
5work.  Otherwise postfix-tls won't speak TLS, Cyrus IMAPd won't
6ever allow any users to login, and other SASL apps will malfuntion
7in weird ways and there will be even more pain and sorrow in the
8world (yours).
9
10==================================================================
11
12SASL2 uses /dev/random, which can block on a machine with too many
13connections. If you are going to use it on a busy machine, consider
14installing an entropy gathering card.
15
16Use dpkg-statoverride to change the permission and the ownership
17of /var/run/saslauthd and /etc/sasldb2.
18
19The following RFC documents used to included into the libsasl2 package
20
21rfc1321.txt rfc1939.txt rfc2104.txt rfc2195.txt rfc2222.txt
22rfc2243.txt rfc2245.txt rfc2289.txt rfc2444.txt rfc2595.txt
23rfc2831.txt rfc2945.txt rfc3174.txt
24
25They are not part of any cyrus-sasl package any more, you can find
26them in doc-rfc-std or doc-rfc-std-proposed Debian packages.
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