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* debian/local/pam-auth-update: sort additional module options beforeSteve Langasek2019-01-08
* debian/local/pam-auth-update: Don't try to pass embedded newlines toSteve Langasek2019-01-08
* pam-auth-update: fix a bug in our handling of module options when theSteve Langasek2019-01-08
* debian/local/pam-auth-update: only reset the seen flag on the templateSteve Langasek2019-01-08
* record the new md5sum for common-passwordSteve Langasek2019-01-08
* debian/local/pam-auth-update: prune md5sums for unsupported upgradeSteve Langasek2019-01-08
* debian/local/common-session-noninteractive{,.md5sums},Steve Langasek2019-01-08
* When no profiles are chosen in pam-auth-update, throw an error messageSteve Langasek2019-01-08
* pam-auth-update: set the umask, so we don't accidentally markSteve Langasek2019-01-08
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| * pam-auth-update: set the umask, so we don't accidentally mark /etc/pam.d/comm...Steve Langasek2019-01-03
* | pam-auth-update: swap out known md5sums from intrepid pre-release Steve Langasek2019-01-08
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* also update the md5sums in response to the template version bumps...Steve Langasek2019-01-03
* factor out the duplicate code used for returning the lines for a given moduleSteve Langasek2019-01-03
* trim leading whitespace from multiline fields when parsing PAM profilesSteve Langasek2019-01-03
* ignore removed profiles when detecting an empty setGreg Price2019-01-03
* If /var/lib/pam/seen is absent, handle it the same as if the file wereGreg Price2019-01-03
* skip over the 'deny' in our no-primary-modules caseSteve Langasek2019-01-03
* get rid of the double pam_permit in common-password, the stack will handleSteve Langasek2019-01-03
* get rid of the double pam_permit in common-session, the stack will handle thisSteve Langasek2019-01-03
* tune the whitespaceSteve Langasek2019-01-03
* output a generic pam_permit line if the primary block is emptySteve Langasek2019-01-03
* Use -Initial only for the first profile, even when there's no explicit -InitialSteve Langasek2019-01-03
* output a generic pam_permit line if the primary block is emptySteve Langasek2019-01-03
* Use -Initial only for the first profile, even when there's no explicit -InitialSteve Langasek2019-01-03
* fix a bug in the parser that caused error spewing if there were any lines afterSteve Langasek2019-01-03
* synchronize the state-saving format with the code actually used for comparisonsSteve Langasek2019-01-03
* drop '-Final' from all of the field names, but support these field names forSteve Langasek2019-01-03
* bump the referenced version number again for one /really/ final pam upload toSteve Langasek2019-01-03
* drop this md5sum from the branch, it's Ubuntu-specificSteve Langasek2019-01-03
* add old session template md5sumSteve Langasek2019-01-03
* implement automatic upgrades of the templates if they're unmodifiedSteve Langasek2019-01-03
* never unlink the .pam-old file - just only create it if --force is set.Steve Langasek2019-01-03
* document another bug that we need to sort outSteve Langasek2019-01-03
* priority alone doesn't guarantee a complete sort; sort by the profile name asSteve Langasek2019-01-03
* filter removals out of both the available and the enabled option listsSteve Langasek2019-01-03
* apparently we need to use shift @ARGV here, not just shiftSteve Langasek2019-01-03
* fix a typoSteve Langasek2019-01-03
* implement --remove, which allows deconfiguring of modules in advance of packageSteve Langasek2019-01-03
* optimize the grep a bit moreSteve Langasek2019-01-03
* filter the config list to exclude configs that no longer existSteve Langasek2019-01-03
* if the target doesn't already exist, don't try to copy itSteve Langasek2019-01-03
* fix the regex used when suppressing jump counts when reading the savedSteve Langasek2019-01-03
* another inconsistency in referring to the program nameSteve Langasek2019-01-03
* clear the state on the correct templateSteve Langasek2019-01-03
* @enabled needs to be a unique array, sorted by priority.Steve Langasek2019-01-03
* don't set high priority if --force is passed, this implies that we're in theSteve Langasek2019-01-03
* set the priority to 'high' in the case where we had an empty set of enabledSteve Langasek2019-01-03
* handle the case where there are no modules selected at all; this is an error,Steve Langasek2019-01-03
* set apporpriate values for the debconf question, by storing a list of knownSteve Langasek2019-01-03
* document a couple more fixmes; and adjust the priority of the right questionSteve Langasek2019-01-03