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15.05.2008 security/krb5 - 1.6.3_5
Implement OPTIONS menu.
Implement options that will allow the user to:
- rename ftp and ftpd to kftp and kftpd
- rename telnet and telnetd to ktelnet and ktelnetd
- rename rlogin to krlogin
- rename rsh to krsh
- rename rcp to krcp
This avoids shadowing by or being shadowed by, depending on one's PATH,
system utilities of the same name.
18.05.2008 ftp/lftp - 3.7.1
- Update to 3.7.1
- Back to pool per maintainer's request
Submitted by: Beat Gatzi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Approved by: Dmitry A. Yanko <email@example.com> (maintainer)