Bug#212212: kdebase-bin: /usr/bin/kcheckpass has to be SUID root
> Where is this pam_unix2 from? I recall this is a non-debian package,
> and thus we really can't support all possible non-debian configurations.
Unfortunately, it is not an official Debian package. There is a Debian package
available from "realbodo" (I forgot the exact name) but that didn't work for
us. Thus, I created a Debian package on my own.
> I recommend usind dpkg-statoverride to setup kcheckpass as suid root
> in that case.
OK. I'll do this.
> > On my box I do not have "unix_chkpwd". Do I really need it? Does it
> > work with pam_unix2?
> that's in libpam-modules package here. I'm really curious how you can
> survive without that, as even password depends on it. maybe we need to
> add yeat another depency.
I'm sorry. I supposed that it is not there because it is not in a user's path
because it is in /sbin. So, I was just wrong, I have it.
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