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Re: Multiple Shells for Multiple Servers
Your question seems specific to the directory application
that you are using to determine POSIX (or other) account
information is applicable to the user. You didn't say
what that was, but I'd guess NSS LDAP. If so, the
NSS LDAP list is email@example.com. If something else,
see its documentation for hints as to what forum you
should use for support.
At 06:37 PM 4/5/2005, Matt Juszczak wrote:
>I've got ldap running successfully with no problems! However, we have multiple servers authenticating to the ldap server, with the same UID/GID (they are in synch, some use NFS, but if we dont use NFS on certain servers, we still make sure their home dirs are all chown'd to the same UID/GID).
>I'd like to be able to set different shells based on the server that the user is logging into. If they login into our mail server, I'd like to set the shell to /sbin/nologin. For our webserver, /usr/libexec/sftp-server, etc. etc.
>I know that different services can be controlled through ldap and that is good too. I have sudo working in ldap, etc. But different shells for different servers would really help.