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On 2/27/06, Sascha Hlusiak <saschahlusiak@...> wrote:
> Hi group,
> I administrate a gentoo box, that authenticates with ldap.
> Authentication works fine, and the ldap server is giving my user an uid
> and one gid : 1000(Domain Users) in my case. I have NO access to the
> ldap server.
> I want now, on this local machine, that everybody, who can login, is in
> another group, maybe "audio". I can add certain ldap users to the
> /etc/group file, which is respected. So my ldap user is in the local
> wheel group, too.
If every user that logs in gets the same GID (domain users), you can
change the group IDs for those other groups to match. There is no
reason your /etc/group cannot contain:
and so on...
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