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Re: using /usr/bin/nologin instead of /bin/false in adduser?

* Roberto C. Sanchez:

> Out of curiousity, what happens when someone tries to login and /usr is
> unavailable?  If the shell is set to something in /bin, it will still be
> used.  What is the default action when the user's shell is not available?

It's also interesting how this interacts with non-shell SSH services
(such as port forwarding or maybe even SFTP).

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