Re: trn 4.0-test76 remove ~/.nntpauth

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On Sun, 7 Dec 2003, Michael Wang wrote:

> trn, nntplist, and Pnews uses ~/.nntpauth for
> authentification. Without the file, they are not
> able to connect to news server.
> However, via Solaris truss, I found that trn does:
> 17084:  unlink("/opt/home/mwang/.nntpauth")             = 0
> after posting. I have to generate the file every time using trn.
> How do you resolve the problem? Is there a fix for it?

Try to use an access configuration file in the trn control directory
$HOME/.trn/access.  A useful example can be found in the on-line extended
(i.e. menu-driven) help under items Configuration->Sample Config Files.

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