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MD5/bigcrypt passwords with potato

I did this on RedHat months ago, and how do I do it in potato?  I want
passwords longer than 8 chars, whether it be MD5 or bigcrypt or whatever,
I don't care how (although I'd like to be able to preserve other people's
old passwords, if it's easy enough), but I miss this functionality in
RedHat, and I suspect it's possible with Debian. 

"I already have all the latest software."
     -- Laura Winslow, "Family Matters"

Dwayne C. Litzenberger - dlitz@cheerful.com

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