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Re: SSSD Local Auth and SELinux support

On 06/26/2011 09:33 AM, Matthew Ife wrote:
> First a breif explanation of what SSSD is doing in case people are
> unfamiliar/
> 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?

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