> > I saw a very breif website that said to use this method:> > > > "> > Move
> > user entries from the following old files: > >
> > /etc/passwd/etc/group/etc/master.passwd > > Then run the following command
> > to rebuild the password database: > > pwd_mkdb -p /etc/master.passwd > > ">
> > > > > > > i usualy copy the passwd, master.passwd and the group file. keep
> > in mind > that new users and/or groups can appear in newer versions, if
> > you're > also upgrading.> > and then pwd_mkdb /etc/master.passwd (i've
> > never used the -p option but > why not).> > and then rsync the homedirs.
OK, I found a couple users on the 'new' system that are not on the old system.
'messagebus' and 'polkit'.
Can I just copy those users/lines to the old master.passwd and run that? Or
should I add them to both the master.passwd as well as the passwd files?
Thanks for your reply.
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