Am 04.02.20 um 18:09 schrieb Thorsten Kukuk:
On Tue, Feb 04, Ludwig Nussel wrote:
protocols: files usrfiles
ethers: files usrfiles
That's a pretty nasty trap. How about making "files" just do the right
That's only a trap for people who don't care about their configuration
files after an update.
Probably you should also fix nsswitch to be in /usr/etc/ and have
/etc/nsswitch only contain the changes that the user wants.
And in this case, a %post that inserts usrfiles after files would have
been the minimal sensible thing to do, the obvious being just making
"files" do the same as "files usrfiles"
It was your idea of breaking everyone's system after all with this
obviously half-baked solution, so you cannot blame users who did not
change anything for years.
And this people are always in big danger about
insecure systems or broken services ...
And exactly this is what we want to prevent with this changes.
exactly like that...
BTW: all that I did after installing was enabling NIS client via YaST.
No manual changes to nsswitch. Now it's broken and I need to fix it.
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