Does Linux support crypt(1) and crypt(3)?

Does Linux support crypt(1) and crypt(3)?

Post by Qiang » Tue, 19 Aug 1997 04:00:00



Does anyone know if Linux supports the crypt(1) and crypt(3)
functionality?
Some Unix variants do not support them due to export restrictions.  If
Linux does not support these functions, I know that crypt.c can be
acquired to build crypt(3), but how about crypt(1)?
Thanks much.
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