Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1291290
HideShells token value corrupted
Last modified: 2016-12-20 12:00:02 EST
Description of problem:
The last value of the HideShells token of /etc/sddm.conf is not correctly interpreted after last update os sddm package
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My UID is 216 (don't ask why) and I want to ignore all users with shells /sbin/nologin and /bin/false so I have this entry in the /etc/sddm.conf file:
When I reboot the machine (or disconnect) I can see every users with UID > 216.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. create a user with UID=216
2. Put HideShells=/bin/false,/sbin/nologin in /etc/sddm.conf
All users with UID>216 are shwon
Only me (UID=216) and users with a valid login shell should be displayed
Another way to trigger the bug is to create a /etc/sddm.conf from scratch with "sddm --example-config > /etc/sddm.conf", modify it with the "HideShells=/bin/false,/sbin/nologin" line and restart sddm.
The next "sddm --example-config" shuld display garbage at line HideShells=xxx like this:
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