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@@ -12,7 +12,8 @@ http://www.openssl.org/
RPMs of OpenSSL are available at http://violet.ibs.com.au/openssh/files/support
OpenSSH can utilise Pluggable Authentication Modules (PAM) if your system
-supports it. PAM is standard on Redhat and Debian Linux and on Solaris.
+supports it. PAM is standard on Redhat and Debian Linux, Solaris and
+HP-UX 11.
PAM:
http://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/libs/pam/
@@ -74,14 +75,16 @@ make install
This will install the binaries in /opt/{bin,lib,sbin}, but will place the
configuration files in /etc/ssh.
-If you are using PAM, you will need to manually install a PAM
+If you are using PAM, you may need to manually install a PAM
control file as "/etc/pam.d/sshd" (or wherever your system
prefers to keep them). A generic PAM configuration is included as
"contrib/sshd.pam.generic", you may need to edit it before using it on
your system. If you are using a recent version of Redhat Linux, the
config file in contrib/redhat/sshd.pam should be more useful.
Failure to install a valid PAM file may result in an inability to
-use password authentication.
+use password authentication. On HP-UX 11, the standard /etc/pam.conf
+configuration will work with sshd (sshd will match the OTHER service
+name).
There are a few other options to the configure script: