On 06/26/2011 09:33 AM, Matthew Ife wrote:
First a breif explanation of what SSSD is doing in case people are
SSSD is a security services daemon. Its main purpose is to provide a
single abstraction layer for handling various name and authentication
services which previously would be done through individual configuration
entries (such as krb5.conf or ldap.conf).
Slightly OT for selinux but it sounds very very useful - but don't we
lose the ability of the simple and rather wonderful ability to edit the
password / group files (e.g. appending a standard user set to the
password files). What is the sssd alternative for this?