Re: noboby with a shell !!
On Fri, Mar 28, 2003 at 10:55:45PM +0100, Christian Jaeger wrote:
> At 12:11 Uhr +0100 26.03.2003, Sven Hoexter wrote:
> >This might be bad cause AFAIK a few cronjobs change from their root uid to
> >nobody via the su command.
> They don't really need a shell setting for nobody. su -s /bin/sh
> $commandline works as well.
Ok then I'm out of arguments ;) but I think there is a reason for the packagers
to setup a lot of dummy users for daemons etc. with /bin/sh instead of
/bin/false or /dev/null.
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You want to know her like she knows the whole world
But 10 seconds in, it's obvious, your going nowhere...
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