On systems with shadow, vipw should merge /etc/passwd
and /etc/shadow into a single file for editing, them
split the passwords back out again on exit.
At least, this is what OpenBSD does and that seems to make
On solaris, vipw let's you change the password file and if something
changed offers you to edit the shadow file also...
You get a message like this:
You have modified the password file.
Press 'e' to edit the shadow file for consistency,
'q' to quit:
We have determined that this is a feature request, rather than a bug.
Please report feature requests to the author of the package itself.
We will implement this feature at some point in the future.
When shall we implement it 8)
vipw have been capable of handling the shadow passwords for quite a while now.
Reopening to mark as really closed.
Commit pushed to master at https://github.com/openshift/openshift-docs
Merge pull request #1047 from sdodson/oa-issue656
Add scheduler kind and apiversion to 3.0.2/1.0.5 upgrade
(In reply to openshift-github-bot from comment #6)
> Commit pushed to master at https://github.com/openshift/openshift-docs
> Merge pull request #1047 from sdodson/oa-issue656
> Add scheduler kind and apiversion to 3.0.2/1.0.5 upgrade
OpenShift-BOT is a piece of shit.