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> Chronyc could simply always try to get the password from chrony.keys and
> only ask the user for a password if it fails.
Miroslav Lichvar writes:
> You mean to always enable the -a option? The commands I normally use
> don't require password, so I thought the password should be read (and
> kept in memory) only when really needed.
I had in mind only attempting authentication only when a restricted
command is used. Might be better if -a did that anyway.
Elmwood, WI USA
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