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Re: group nvram

On Mar 19, Steve Langasek <vorlon@debian.org> wrote:

> No, they should not.  The system groups referenced by udev should instead
> always be present in /etc/group.

> However, I wonder if Marco isn't arguing on the basis of old information;
Me too, the maintainers of the relevant packages are encouraged to
provide fresh information.

> lookups for LDAP at boot time should not result in long timeouts, and it's a
> bug in nss_ldap/libldap if they do - a bug which I thought had been
> addressed by now.

On Mar 19, Stephen Gran <sgran@debian.org> wrote:

> Or, possibly better, the udev rules for groups dynamically added by
> other packages should be moved to those other packages.  In general, I
I am considering (a mix of) this option as well.

> like that better than dropping groups from the system on the basis of
> either a random change in some other distribution or not knowing whether
In every other distribution actually.

> or not they're still useful.
Obviously (?) I will remove a group only if it is clear that it is not


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