phil.stracchino at speakeasy.net
Sun Jul 22 15:52:18 CDT 2007
Micah R Ledbetter wrote:
> The other thing to note is that a lot of stuff normally configured
> in /etc is inside NetInfo. /etc/passwd, for example, does exist but
> only matters when booting to single user mode. useradd and such do
> not come with Mac OS X, but you are expected to use netinfo.
OK, that's a big help right there. Thanks. I'll find NetInfo and poke
> (Alternatively, you can use fink, which has packages useradd and
> friends, which use the NetInfo APIs.)
> As always, the Rosetta Stone for Unix is invaluable for "Yargh
> where does Mac OS X do $foo ?"
Need to print myself a new copy of that.....
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