Re: Problems with root on network clients
you can change the PAM attributes of "su", avoiding local root to get user
account access. Of course, if your /etc is local, you'll still have the
Le jeu, 23 nov 2000, Alex Pires de Camargo a écrit :
> I administer a network with server and clients Debian based,
> and would like to know if I can solve this problem.
> It's a little easy to an user open a PC, damage the batteries,
> boot with floppy and login as root in a client. But one thing is
> undesirable. He can do su - <users> and do many things on users
> homes. The rootsquash options on nfs solve the problem when the
> user is root, but as I explain, this is not sufficient.
> Is there anything I'm forgetting to make? On server I run
> potato, nis (not nis+), nfs-kernel-server.
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