Re: Glibc, gcc, libdb2 and nss_db
On Mon, Sep 25, David Huggins-Daines wrote:
> Ben Collins <email@example.com> writes:
> > Other notes about the new glibc:
> > * nss1 compat is gone
> We'll also have to update base-files so that /etc/nsswitch.conf no
> longer has 'compat' for passwd, group, and shadow.
> Oh, and you'll have to run s/compat/files/ on /etc/nsswitch.conf after
> installing the new glibc. Unfortunately the failure mode is not very
> instructive - you just can't log in anymore.
> Does the postinst take care of this? Should it?
Hm, I don't understand why you which to remove "compat" from
/etc/nsswitch.conf, if support for NSS v1 was removed ? I don't think
that Debian has removed /lib/nss_compat.so.2, too ?
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