Re: Init with user db in local LDAP (slapd): On service dependencies
Previously Thorild Selen wrote:
> Unfortunately not. /etc/rcS.d/S85nethack is run before slapd is
> started, and this init script has to be able to look up user accounts.
Why would a game need to be run that early in the boot process?
In general I think the best policy is to keep local system accounts
(anything in the 0-999 uid range) in a simple system like the files
or db nss methods.
Consider for example what happens if you run slapd as non-root and
your system happens to have create the slapd user only in the LDAP
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