/etc/passwd in potato
I was looking through the /etc/passwd that was installed on my new
potato install (direct not from slink) and I noticed alot of users
that have their shell set to /bin/sh that should probably be set to
for example i installed qmail on my old redhat system and all the
qmail users were installed with the shell set to /bin/true (btw is
there any advantage to using true instead of false or vise versa?) on
my potato /etc/passwd they are all set to /bin/sh.
in fact the only users that have the shell set to /bin/false rather
then /bin/sh are postfix, telnetd, rwhod, identd, and ftp
also note that i did not install qmail on this system, so why are
qmail users present? there are several users installed here that
have to do with packages i do not have installed...
what is the deal here?
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