At 2004-04-30T12:29:54Z, Kent West <email@example.com> writes: > If you want fat clients, you can still authenticate off the server, but > I've never done it successfully (I've tried to authenticate off a Windows > NT Domain server (nasty, but it's the network I'm stuck in)), but I think > in your case LDAP might be the way to go. I'd suggest googling for "Linux > LDAP authentication" for starters. Alternatively, once you've set up an NIS server, it's trivial to get clients to authenticate against it. I just migrated from NIS to LDAP, but it was more because I really, really like LDAP than anything substandard from NIS. -- Kirk Strauser In Googlis non est, ergo non est.
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