According to Ralf Baechle ...
> On Tue, May 02, 2000 at 01:10:30PM -0700, Ulf Carlsson wrote:
> > Maybe I can downgrade PAM or would that cause every other program to break?
> > I
> > think this is because login is from the old util-linux and thus compiled
> > against an old version of PAM. Did the compile of that RPM package break?
> > > I just tried to check some details on my Indy but as it looks my Indy's
> > > NVRAM just died ...
> > It seems like you have a fetish for killing RAM.
> Silly construction, I don't even know if the damn thing is actually
> broken or just the content got garbled. What's worse, PROM and IRIX
> refuse to set the eaddr in the NVRAM nor can I otherwise ifconfig the
If the NVRAM is corrupted eaddr may not be set up. Try rebooting the
Indy, if the nvram is corrupted it will set it up with a set of
good defaults which can be changed.
> interface to it's right address. In any case the RTC is combined
> with the NVRAM and my Indy's RTC was basically useless due to `excessive
> precission' and the so replacing the damn thing was overdue anyway ...