Re: shell of place-holder accounts (shouldn't be a valid shell)
On Mon, Aug 03, 1998 at 03:33:10PM -0700, Joey Hess wrote:
> Daniel Martin at cush wrote:
> > And note that "nobody" has a world writeable home directory - /tmp.
> It does?
> joey@kite:~>grep nobody /etc/passwd
[tv@hq ~]$ grep nobody /etc/passwd
Looking at update-passwd(8), it doesn't update
the entry for nobody, because it's uid is >99
- should it be modified to check if 65534 is
named "nobody", and if it is, to update it?
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