[Samba] Assign different shells to
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Mon Jan 22 14:45:24 GMT 2007
I dupplicate the entry in /etc/passwd:
getent passwd myuser return (resolved throught winbind):
So I add exactly the same line in /etc/passwd only the shell is modified
The idea is that the mapping uid -> sid won't change
Le lundi 22 janvier 2007 15:32, M Azer a écrit :
> Thanks for the reply - your idea is exactly want i want to do . I am
> setting up default winbind to no shell "/sbin/false" - the question how
> do i accomplish the secaond have of your answer which is to give certain
> users access to the shell "/bin/bash" - winbind users don't appear in
> "/etc/passwd" thats why I can't just user " usermod -s /bin/bash
> does anybody know who to give certain winbind users access to the shell
> while the global setting in smb.conf is set to "/sbin/false"
> On 1/21/07, Tim Boneko <lists at boneko.de> wrote:
> > M Azer schrieb:
> > > However, there are some users that require shell
> > > access. How can I set a real shell for those domain
> > > users that need a shell on the machine ?
> > Hello!
> > I don't have winbind installed and can't test it, but what about this
> > idea:
> > If winbind allowed to use some sort of default shell setting (like
> > reading the shell from /etc/passwd), it should be possible to set a
> > different shell for each user there and configure a "winbind default
> > shell" like /bin/false for the rest of the users.
> > The english section of my brain seems a bit sleepy today. Did you get
> > my idea? And: is it any worth?
> > timbo
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