Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 16815
userpasswd doesn't work with NIS
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:28:23 EDT
userpasswd doesn't work if you get your password with NIS.
Maybe it's not supposed to work then? I expected it to use
This is a problem. We have a bunch of NIS users here and when they have to/want
to change their passwords it's always a pain.
Is there another way that they can change their passwords besides dropping them
to a command line?
userpasswd still doesn't seem to work with NIS in redhat 9.
any chance that this will get fixed?
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It is working nowadays, at least as of Fedora Core 4.
Closing, then. Thanks!