NIS Linux - Ubuntu
roy2098 at yahoo.com
Tue Dec 18 14:11:16 PST 2007
I am sorry, here is an addendum to my previous post:
>>Somehow Ubuntu was given root user
Actually, upon rereading my notes, Ubuntu was only given permissions of the user doing the login - not root - but we could login with any valid user apparently FreeBSD thought it was presented with a wildcard password.
And I can also verify that FreeBSD clients are able to use the password map when x is used instead of * in the map to represent the password. So I can secure the system using the x but still cannot get Ubuntu clients to authenticate.
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