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Feb
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revised What accounts does clamav use on different Linux distros
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Feb
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comment What accounts does clamav use on different Linux distros
Well yes, if I had the time to do that I would do that. (Especially, if there was a way that didn't involve examining a zillion RPMs by hand). But I'm just hoping that either someone has already done the hard work ... or if someone just knows of a case where my pattern is wrong.
Feb
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revised What accounts does clamav use on different Linux distros
Typo fixed ...
Feb
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accepted Version control of chef nodes and roles
Feb
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accepted Locking a user's account locally when kerberos is enabled
Feb
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asked What accounts does clamav use on different Linux distros
May
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comment Locking a user's account locally when kerberos is enabled
But you've given me the clue that I need, 'cos I think a group-based block can actually be implemented in the PAM stack; see my answer
May
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answered Locking a user's account locally when kerberos is enabled
May
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revised Locking a user's account locally when kerberos is enabled
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May
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comment Locking a user's account locally when kerberos is enabled
Hmm ... that looks like it will work for SSH, but I'm not sure about the other systems I was planning to integrate (Trac, Tomcat, Django, Samba)
May
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comment Locking a user's account locally when kerberos is enabled
Because I/we don't have any control over who gets added / removed from the Kerberos system. I don't want to go into the details because they are not relevant, but the net effect is that the obvious "best technical solution" is not open to me/us.
May
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asked Locking a user's account locally when kerberos is enabled
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Jan
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comment Is it safe to change the IP address and domain name of an Chef Node?
Yup. It just worked. (I didn't need to tweak the node name. I deliberately didn't use the fqdn as node name when I created it in the first place because I knew it would be changing.)
Jan
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accepted Is it safe to change the IP address and domain name of an Chef Node?
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asked Is it safe to change the IP address and domain name of an Chef Node?
Sep
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answered “No package found” error when installing NGINX on CentOS 5