That sounds right to me, Prince. Denying shell use toQuote:> If a account has its shell path pointing to /dev/null in /etc/passwd
> file (suppose /etc/shadow not exists), does it mean that the account
> doesn't allow any use of shell (e.g. csh, ksh, etc) ?
I want to setup a user, let's call him 'joe' so that all
his mail goes to /dev/null. This is because we have
gnats on a host and we don't want the old administrator joe
to get mail from gnats anymore. Gnats embeds the name
of the enterer into the TR files and is continuing to mail
him on each bug entry modification that he doesn't need.
I've read about the /etc/aliases file and think
I can do:
and then run "newaliases" as root
Will this do it? Also, I don't know if that will work
for all permutations of the address or would I have to
explicitly type in each one:
2. Help Please