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Don't call it a comeback. He's here, once again, to crack your confusion and maybe some skulls. He's got one name like Faust or Spock, don't hate him because he's beautiful, and more importantly, don't hate him for being... The Shadowman.
Got a question that you'd like Shadowman to answer? Ask him.
Lau took the shortcut to RTFM and yelped:
Harry G. had only one question. In four parts. With various and sundry sub-parts:
To Jim N. who wanted to know how to enable shadow passwords post install, Shadowman Says: use 'authconfig', type 'man authconfig' for the usage info.
To buzzbiker, who had trouble with checksums and isos, Shadowman Says: Each iso has its own checksum, all in one file on ftp. 8.0s media checker should cycle through all discs, checking each before install.
And to all the purveyors of virility cures insisting on littering Shadowman's Inbox. Shadowman says: Yer barking up the wrong tree.