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auth.conf - authentication capability database

 

NAME

      auth.conf - authentication capability database
 

SYNOPSIS

      /etc/auth.conf
 

DESCRIPTION

      auth.conf contains various attributes important to the authentication
      code, most notably crypt(3) for the time being.  This documentation will
      be updated as the /etc/auth.conf file, which is very new, evolves.
      auth_getval(3), crypt(3)
 

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