Re: LSB specification for adding users and groups
> > Can you be more specific about where you see the "hard" part of this
> > migration? I admit to being less than aware of all the details involved,
> > and only have a vague idea of the ramifications.
> Having to do a find and chown() across the entire system would take a
> noticeable amount of time, and I don't want to start doing that unless
> there is a real benefit to doing so. I'd love to know how debian has handled
> uid changes in the past.
What about binaries that have uid/gid info hard coded? qmail used to
do this, at least (and may still, I have no idea). Even if it doesn't,
do we need to state that LSB compliant apps *can't* hard code uids?
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