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#636 fixed debathenified nmh drops patch to wrap all mhshow(1) output in more(1) broder

Reported by broder, 14 years ago.


When nmh got debathenified, we dropped several patches. In particular, we dropped a patch (r13008) that causes mhshow to wrap as much output as possible into a single pager (as opposed to the headers and each MIME part each getting a separate pager)

We need to pick this patch back in order to calm the pitchforked, nmh-using masses. And because we want to try to move the dialups to Lucid at the same time as the clusters, that makes this a Lucid blocker.

#651 fixed attach in standard dotfiles breaks sftp broder

Reported by broder, 14 years ago.


Because r24770 and r24771 added calls to attach $USER without specifying -q, the standard dotfiles now print to stdout, which among other things, breaks all sftp logins:

fanty:~ evan$ athinfo linerva packages | grep debathena-dotfiles
debathena-dotfiles	10.0.22-0debathena1~debian5.0
fanty:~ evan$ athinfo opus packages | grep debathena-dotfiles
debathena-dotfiles	10.0.22-0debathena2~ubuntu10.04
fanty:~ evan$ sftp broder@linerva
Connecting to linerva...
sftp> exit
fanty:~ evan$ sftp broder@opus
Connecting to opus...
Connection closed
#679 fixed libpam-afs-session ships its own pam-auth-update config file broder

Reported by broder, 14 years ago.


As of libpam-afs-session 1.7-2 (in Squeeze), the package ships a pam-auth-update config file of its own. Which happens to install to the same path as the one we ship in debathena-pam-config - /usr/share/pam-configs/afs-session - creating a non-documented conflict.

Also, Russ's config file doesn't specify aklog_homedir, which would make us sad.

The solution, like we do for libpam-krb5, is to move our file to /usr/share/pam-configs/afs-session.debathena and DEB_REMOVE_FILES the one installed by libpam-afs-session.

We also need to do testing to make sure that the upgrading works correctly - honestly, I suspect it might not.

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