Re: Bug #23053
Turbo Fredriksson <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > > That was exactly what happens! I, as root is
> > > adding/creating/deleting (etc) a user, the program xAdmin is
> > > therefor run by root, therefor /etc/shadow will be owned by
> > > root.root, True?
> > You misunderstood the word "own". Think "belonging to a
> > package", as in "I shouldn't go around mucking /etc/inetd.conf
> > because it is not owned by me -- so I'll use update-inetd.
> I did not misunderstood the word, this is _EXACTLY_ how I understood
It seems to me you're still missing the point. If you realise that
/etc/shadow is owned by someone else, why are you continuing to muck
with it? Your ``fix'' doesn't address this issue.
~Yawn And Walk North~
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