Kirk Strauser <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Monday 08 January 2007 12:04 pm, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> > Such a report will be incomplete if the system in question is an
> > NIS client. For starters, see yp(8).
> Would "getent passwd" and "getent group" be more definitive?
No idea. There is no manpage for getent on my (6.1) system, so
I don't know what it might do. ("apropos getent" finds cgetent(3),
kgetent(3), and tgetent(3), which do not seem likely to be
applicable since they have to do with termcap-style databases.)
Did you maybe mean getpwent(3) and getgrent(3)? Those don't seem
all that promising either, if you believe the BUGS parts of their
manpages. For example, from getgrent(3):
The functions getgrent(), ... are fairly useless in a
networked environment and should be avoided, if possible.
I would guess that "ypcat passwd" and "ypcat group" might be useful.
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