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Re: Why does Debian use a nonstandard chsh?

On Tue, Apr 13, 1999 at 05:30:06PM -0500, Jor-el wrote:
> 	I was reading the Documentation/Changes document in kernel 2.2.5
> with an intent to verify whether my Slink installation was upto the proper
> levels of software when I noticed a problem with the chsh utility. For the
> 2.2 kernels, the util-linux packages should be at version 2.9i, and the
> way to verify this is by executing the command 'chsh -v'.
Debian has another way of finding this out....

balmeida@terminus [~]: dpkg -s util-linux
Package: util-linux
Essential: yes
Status: install ok installed
Priority: required
Section: base
Installed-Size: 594
Maintainer: Vincent Renardias <vincent@debian.org>
Version: 2.9i-1
Replaces: miscutils, setterm, getty
Pre-Depends: libc6, libncurses4, slang1 (<< 1.3), slang1 (>> 1.2.2-0)
Conflicts: setterm, getty
 /etc/init.d/hwclock.sh f877ec30ed7744fe34e85d39928b53e2
Description: Miscellaneous system utilities.
 A mixed bag of system utilities: arch chkdupexe cfdisk cytune dmesg
 fdisk fsck.minix getty getopt hwclock ipcrm ipcs kbdrate mcookie
 mkfs mkfs.minix mkswap more namei rdev setterm setsid tunelp whereis.


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