IMHO, if someone wants to file a bug on "general", reportbug should say something like: Are you sure you want to file a bug on the whole distribution? If the problem is limited to a single package (e.g. a single daemon not starting), then please file the bug on the relevant package. Bugs on "general" are few and far between, because there is generally very little reason to file them (there must be a significant problem with the entire distribution). Are you sure you want to file a bug on "general"? [y/N] :) d On Mon, Dec 03, 2001 at 07:34:50PM -0000, Rob Mosher wrote: > Package: general > Version: 20011203 > Severity: important > > when using openssh > > sshd version OpenSSH_3.0.1p1 > > with uselogin set to no > with pam.d/ssh having pam_limits.so in it > > and limits that work fine when uselogin is set to yes and pam.d/ssh does not have pam_limits > > it checks limits/resources improperly and will fail when it tries to fork() when someone logs in > > > > -- System Information > Debian Release: testing/unstable > Kernel Version: Linux dp1 2.4.13 #1 Fri Nov 9 22:25:52 EST 2001 i686 unknown > > > > -- > To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to email@example.com > with a subject of "unsubscribe". Trouble? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org > -- Daniel Stone <email@example.com> * Tv just used \ to split a text on multiple lines -- with pen and paper!
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