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December 8, 2003, 4:54 pm
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Re: Disallow certain users
As I figure it, you must edit /etc/passwd for this purpose. under Linux
you can set the login shell to /sbin/nologin. /bin/false comes to mind
if the system does not support it. Or else you can set the password
entry to an impossible value.
I don't know any solution, which does not alter passwd.
hint: my first name is not "spam"!
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