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From: Jeff Raubitschek <>
Subject: DVD or mpeg2 decoder suport in Linux?
Date: 1998/03/14
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Is there any projects to support one of the major mpeg2 decoders so that
a linux box could
be used to view DVD movies?

I could not find any information on this anywhere, any help would be


| Jeff Raubitschek                  Computer Engineer     |
|          raubitsj (at) writeme (dot) com                |

From: Jeff Raubitschek <>
Subject: enable rlogin with PAM? (pam setup)
Date: 1998/06/26
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Original-Date: Thu, 25 Jun 1998 17:52:15 -0700 (PDT)
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I havent taken the time to figure out how to use PAM yet and i just
upgraded to debian hamm.  Unfortunately now rlogin doesnt work.

I understand the basic concepts behind PAM and have tried adding
"auth  sufficient  /lib/security/"
to my login pam config file.

but that didnt seem to solve the problem.  When is this file loaded.  how
do I get it to be reread? or did i do something wrong?

Could it be possible to make this an installation choice.
Asking user: "Allow rlogin? [y/N] "
or make therlogin pam setup correct by default (if this isnt a security

thank you,

| Jeff Raubitschek                  Computer Engineer     |
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