In article <email@example.com> firstname.lastname@example.org (Charles E. MacMillan) writes:
>Hmm, not sure this would work. Under sunos if the users shell isn't
>in /etc/shells (or bourn/csh if there is no etc/shells) the user can't
Are you sure of that? I have a few odd scripts that are called up as
logins that do "bbs" related things, info-servers and the like, and I
have never written those into /etc/shells.
The above statement is only valid for FTP logins. Normal logins are
unaffected by /etc/shells.
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