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Re: Review for "PermitRootLogin without-password" change

Colin Watson wrote:
> After (how can I put it) extensive and heated discussion over many
> years, I intend to change sshd_config in new installations of
> openssh-server to use "PermitRootLogin without-password" rather than
> "PermitRootLogin yes".  I have been considering what to do about
> upgrades.  Loath though I am to ask more questions of the user, writing
> the README.Debian documentation for this is making me come round to the
> belief that I probably ought to.  (This is a shame since I'd only
> recently managed to get rid of the last old and crufty uses of debconf
> in openssh, but there you go.)

It all looks good.  "SSH" as a verb works for me; nobody can tell I'm
pronouncing it wrong, and the spelling isn't as tricky as
"telnet(t)ing".  I'm just glad nobody says "(r)loginning".

Thanks for making the change!
JBR	with qualifications in linguistics, experience as a Debian
	sysadmin, and probably no clue about this particular package

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