Re: How to change user / group numbers in passwd/group?
- From: Eric <spamsink@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 17 Jun 2007 19:39:20 -0400
At 06:30 PM 6/17/2007, David Timms wrote:
<DT>>>>>They seem to be system account names, which in the past have ended up below 500, and I don't have those account names on my F7. What web server and mail packages did you install?<<<<<
Good evening, David.
I basically installed them all, except for a couple of IMAP options in mail servers that created conflicts, and anyway I assume I don't need them if I'm running dovecot.
I just used "Add/Remove Software" to remove dbmail, and the dbmail user in passwd went away. Then I used it to remove tclhttpd, but the tclhttpd user stayed there. I guess I"ll do a "ls -lR | grep tclhttpd" and see if there are any files remaining that are owned by tclhttpd, and if not, I guess I can "userdel" tclhttpd.
If removing dbmail also removed the dbmail user, it's an interesting question why removing tclhttpd didn't also remove the tclhttpd user.
<DT>>>>>I found a script a while ago to achieve the changing of userid and grpid on files/directories.<<<<<
Can I assume then that usermod won't do that?
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