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Re: Why do system users have valid shells



Reading: 

In article <4128.146.122.45.164.1066846804.squirrel@www.iegrec.org> you wrote:
> The /etc/passwd file does not control granting of priveledges[sic].

and 

> It contains a map of UID <-> username <-> Primary GID

is a contradiction on traditional unix, since the most powerful priveledge
is coupled with uid 0.

And the priveledge "interactive login allowed" is coupled to the shell string field.

Greetings
Bernd
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