Re: Why do system users have shells?
On Mon, 25 Nov 2002, James Hamilton wrote:
> I'm curious why system users such as bin, sys, and nobody have /bin/sh
> as a shell instead of a noshell program or /bin/false.
Because a lot of people can't grasp the concept of always using su -s to
select a shell, I think :-)
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