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Tren Blackburn wrote:
> And since no one else has mentioned this...some of us don't use
> /etc/passwd for authentication. So searching /etc/passwd would not work
> anyway. Isn't there a C function call to check user/group id? Or at
> least a universal alternative...

I was being too general for the sake of brevity when I referenced parsing of 
/etc/passwd.
The getpwnam and related functions use whatever authentication system you have 
for authenticating
system users.
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