Quoting Thomas Goirand (firstname.lastname@example.org): > Template: dtc/conf_enforce_adm_encryption > Type: boolean > Default: true > _Description: Enforce DTC admin password(s) encryption? > To enhance security in case of a breach, DTC can encrypt all > admin passwords. If passwords are encrypted, you cannot see them > by clicking on the magnifying glass icon (you will only see the > encrypted version of the password), but you can always use the > dtcpasswdm shell script to (re)set a password. If this is the > first time you are encrypting your passwords and you are upgrading > from a previous version of DTC that didn't support password > encryption, may issue the following shell script command to > encrypt all existing passwords: > . > mysql --defaults-file=/etc/mysql/debian.cnf -Ddtc --execute="UPDATE > admin SET adm_pass=PASSWORD(adm_pass)" > . > mysql --defaults-file=/etc/mysql/debian.cnf -Ddtc --execute="UPDATE > tik_admins SET tikadm_pass=PASSWORD(tikadm_pass)" These commands are very long and will not fit well in debconf screens. Any chance that you point users to a README.Debian file to explain this?
Description: Digital signature