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QPopper & Shadow Passwords

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Can anyone tell me how to compile qpopper 2.4 so it works with shadow passwords?  I add the -DAUTH for the CFLAG or something but no matter what I try it never compiles.

May give me quick instructions on APOP setup too?

Thanks.
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alexbik earned 150 total points
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Hi,

Based on this info I really can't tell you what goes wrong, but I can send you a
compiled qpop 2.4 binary with shadow supprot if you like.

Alex.
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Thanks anyway, but I figured it out.  Have to add -lshadow to the LIBs too.
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