Re: Three indepentantly stored admin passwords; a bug or a feature?
On 2004-03-03 19:31:32+0100, Herman Robak wrote:
: Having unsynchronised admin passwords for Webmin and LDAP
: is fraught with problems. Once inside Webmin, the admin
: should be authenticated well enough for the tasks that
: can be performed through Webmin.
I fully agree that unsyncronized password are a bad thing. I just want to
make sure that root _NEVER_ is authenticated directly against ldap. That
would be a big problem if ldap dies.
Some kind of replication from /etc/passwd to ldap should be posible to make.
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girlfriend and a knowledge of Unix.» «Well, that's something. Normally
those two are mutually exclusive»
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