On Sun, Jan 28, 2001 at 11:53:50PM -0500, Louis A. Mamakos wrote:

> Does this capability really need to exist (e.g., supporting many files)?  It
> would seem like the additional complexity would be not what you want for what's
> essentially a security policy mechansim.  Who gets to own these included files?
> What should their permissions be allowed to be?
> It doesn't seem unreasonable to have a single file with a list of allowable
> shells.

        It does if you think of mergemaster, for example. With any upgrade
it consider /etc/shells as changed and prompts for replacing/merging/etc.

    /Voland                     Vadim Belman
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