I'd prefer a more inexperienced-user method for setting an individual user,
such as admintool. Does it allow -1 as an entry? I have no machine here to
try it out on. (Some kind fellow offered me a machine to play around on, but
after all the security put-downs and warnings I've been reading about on
these newsgroups, I don't have the guts to try it out; plus I think I need
an X server on my PC to use admintool, don't I; I've never really used X
before, just command lines.
And basically my question was about the system default file; for NO aging,
should it read:
or have no MAXTRIES line at all
or any/all of the above.
If you set MAXTRIES=-1 for a system or a user, will it simply ignore the
other values if they remain set as they were, or must they also be set