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Bug#574710: education-common: Should not install and enable libpam-ssh by default


On Samstag, 20. März 2010, Petter Reinholdtsen wrote:
> > Also I think such a pam module is bad idea as it is a bad idea, to
> > use the login password to protect ssh keys with.
> It work the other way around, where it allow you to log in using the
> ssh key password (and ignore the password in /etc/shadow/LDAP/NIS).

Oh well. Thanks for enlighten me and I will file a bug now. 

> > IMO we dont loose anything if we drop it from our radar.
> No problem for me.  I belive it was added when we believed it would
> start ssh-agent when the user logged in.  This is not done by this pam
> module, and we do not need libpam-ssh to get that behaviour. :)

So more time wasted due to this descrition... lets get rid of this.


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