Provided by: login_4.1.4.2-1ubuntu3_i386 bug

CROSS REFERENCES

       The following cross references show which programs in the shadow
       password suite use which parameters.

       chfn
           CHFN_RESTRICT

       chgpasswd
           ENCRYPT_METHOD MAX_MEMBERS_PER_GROUP MD5_CRYPT_ENAB
           SHA_CRYPT_MAX_ROUNDS SHA_CRYPT_MIN_ROUNDS

       gpasswd
           ENCRYPT_METHOD MAX_MEMBERS_PER_GROUP MD5_CRYPT_ENAB
           SHA_CRYPT_MAX_ROUNDS SHA_CRYPT_MIN_ROUNDS

       groupadd
           GID_MAX GID_MIN MAX_MEMBERS_PER_GROUP SYS_GID_MAX SYS_GID_MIN

       groupdel
           MAX_MEMBERS_PER_GROUP

       groupmems
           MAX_MEMBERS_PER_GROUP

       groupmod
           MAX_MEMBERS_PER_GROUP

       grpck
           MAX_MEMBERS_PER_GROUP

       grpconv
           MAX_MEMBERS_PER_GROUP

       grpunconv
           MAX_MEMBERS_PER_GROUP

       login
           CONSOLE_GROUPS DEFAULT_HOME ERASECHAR FAIL_DELAY FAKE_SHELL
           HUSHLOGIN_FILE KILLCHAR LOGIN_RETRIES LOGIN_TIMEOUT LOG_OK_LOGINS
           LOG_UNKFAIL_ENAB TTYGROUP TTYPERM TTYTYPE_FILE USERGROUPS_ENAB

       newgrp / sg
           SYSLOG_SG_ENAB

       newusers
           ENCRYPT_METHOD GID_MAX GID_MIN MAX_MEMBERS_PER_GROUP MD5_CRYPT_ENAB
           PASS_MAX_DAYS PASS_MIN_DAYS PASS_WARN_AGE SHA_CRYPT_MAX_ROUNDS
           SHA_CRYPT_MIN_ROUNDS SYS_GID_MAX SYS_GID_MIN SYS_UID_MAX
           SYS_UID_MIN UID_MAX UID_MIN UMASK

       pwck
           PASS_MAX_DAYS PASS_MIN_DAYS PASS_WARN_AGE

       pwconv
           PASS_MAX_DAYS PASS_MIN_DAYS PASS_WARN_AGE

       su
           CONSOLE_GROUPS DEFAULT_HOME ENV_PATH ENV_SUPATH SULOG_FILE SU_NAME
           SYSLOG_SU_ENAB

       sulogin
           ENV_HZ

       useradd
           CREATE_HOME GID_MAX GID_MIN MAIL_DIR MAX_MEMBERS_PER_GROUP
           PASS_MAX_DAYS PASS_MIN_DAYS PASS_WARN_AGE SYS_GID_MAX SYS_GID_MIN
           SYS_UID_MAX SYS_UID_MIN UID_MAX UID_MIN UMASK

       userdel
           MAIL_DIR MAIL_FILE MAX_MEMBERS_PER_GROUP USERDEL_CMD
           USERGROUPS_ENAB

       usermod
           MAIL_DIR MAIL_FILE MAX_MEMBERS_PER_GROUP

       Much of the functionality that used to be provided by the shadow
       password suite is now handled by PAM. Thus, /etc/login.defs is no
       longer used by passwd(1), or less used by login(1), and su(1). Please
       refer to the corresponding PAM configuration files instead.

       login(1), passwd(1), su(1), passwd(5), shadow(5), pam(8).

                                  09/03/2010                     login.defs(5)