Quoting Dag-Erling Smrgrav <email@example.com> (from Wed, 16 Mar 2011
> Miguel Lopes Santos Ramos <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> They also make the questionable argument of a paper being more
>> portable than a calculator, which I also understand but don't agree,
>> because a calculator can be "transported" over the Internet easily.
> Perhaps, perhaps not. It depends on how much you trust the browser.
> However, pretty much everyone these days carries a mobile phone capable
> of running a key calculator.
Maybe a little bit unrelated, but: for which kinds of logins do you
use OPIE? SSH or generic OS logins are obvious places to use it, but I
am more interested in other uses. I already use it in wordpress, but I
still search a way to use it for IMAP (there seems to be a protocol
enhancement for it, but I didn't find an implementation so far),
gallery2 and ejabberd (if xmpp allows something like this) without the
need to let them use system users (e.g. the IMAP user/pw are currently
in MySQL, the xmpp users are in the ejabberd internal DB, ...).
Anyone with ideas regarding this?
It would also be nice to hear other possibilities where OPIE can be
used (snmp auth?).
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Tomorrow I'll probably still be a dog.
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