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non port: net/tac_plus4/files/patch-aa

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Sun, 3 Apr 2005
[ 06:58 marcus search for other commits by this committer ] Original commit  (Only the first 10 of 15 ports in this commit are shown above. View all ports for this commit)
Update to F4.0.4.7.  Code changes in this release include:

* Conversion to autofoo
* Man pahe improvements
* MD5 fixes for 64-bit platforms
* generated_password has been renamed to tac_pwd
* A tac_plus.config.5 man page has been added
* User-specific enable password support

Port changes in this release include:

* Default IOS version has been changed from 11.x to 12.x
* script has been converted to rcNG
* PORTDOCS is properly respected
* Portlint fixes
Sun, 8 Dec 2002
[ 20:33 marcus search for other commits by this committer ] Original commit 
Fix build on -CURRENT by conditionalizing S/Key support and adding OPIE

Reported by:    bento
Wed, 24 Jan 2001
[ 08:06 andreas search for other commits by this committer ] Original commit 
From Sergey:   "Using tacacs I found that ckfinger() function from maxsess.c
module    returns wrong count of current sessions for users with "maxsess"   
parameter established in tac_plus.conf. It happens if Cisco access    server
works with IOS v 12.x.    On the other hand ckfinger() works well with IOS v
11.x    Here are patches for both maxsess.c and port's Makefile to fix    this
problem (but it is just workaround, ckfinger() should be    fully rewritten)."  
From me:    changed variable name by prepending string "TAC_", so that tacacs+  
 ports variables follow an unique scheme.   Please note: this doesn't compile
with the new TAC_IOS_VERSION variable   if you have CFLAGS redefined in
/etc/make.conf as:   CFLAGS=-pipe -O (or whatever)   You have to use  
CFLAGS+=-pipe -O (or whatever)   Mailed to -developers. Am really not sure,
what's the culprit here.   Fact is, that a part of CFLAGS get lost when
compiling the port,   if you redefine CFLAGS in /etc/make.conf without the "+"
sign ...   I personally removed my CFLAGS define in /etc/make.conf as it  
defaults to -pipe -O, which is fine for me.    

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