I am trying to setup yellow pages on a NetBSD system so that users can
log into the machine using the accounts they have on the main UNIX
I setup the NetBSD machine to run as a YP client. ypmatch etc work so
the machine is talking to server okay. I edited /etc/master.passwd and
/etc/passwd and made the last line "+:"
When I try doing "login" as user "bogus" it fails, even though user
"bogus" is a valid account on the development machine. A "su bogus"
fails with "su: unknown login bogus". A "passwd bogus" comes up with
"Changing YP passwd for bogus" so it seems to me as if things should
I ran "pwd_mkdb" over the master.passwd file but it doesn't like the
"+:" so I suspect this is the problem. Anyone know what I am missing