Sam Halliday sam at neutrino.phy.uct.ac.za
Mon Mar 18 05:12:25 PST 2002

> It might have to do with internationalization settings, try running
> "LC_ALL=POSIX uptime".

nah, thsi didnt work, i get this as output:
uptime: couldn't get boot time: No such file or directory

> > 2 - my passwords are all 8 characters max, in /etc/login.defs i see i can
> > change this to more if libcrypt allows, i compiled glibc 2.2.5 with all
> > the standard settings, can my crypt support higher passwords?
> Yup. Just set MD5_CRYPT_ENAB to yes in /etc/login.defs, and regenerate
> your passwords (by running passwd). If you're running sshd, you'll have
> to recompile it to support md5 passwords (--enable-md5 iirc).

fantastic!! thats great, shame i have to recompile ssh though, but no 

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