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Re: Can you modify how Cygwin prepends domain name to username?
Thanks for the quick response Marco.
I have been doing that as a work around. However I have been getting
some inconsistent behavior, for example a couple of times bash has
reverted to the id of ADUNSW+root and has had to be restarted.
Are there any other knobs to tweak?
On 8 September 2016 at 22:26, Marco Atzeri <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 08/09/2016 14:14, Carl wrote:
>> Hi folks,
>> Is is posible to modify the behavior of how Cygwin prepends a domain
>> name to a username?
>> I need to setup GPFS in an environment where the PC is a member of one
>> domain and the user that the sshd service will run as is a member of a
>> different domain.
>> There is a trust relationship between the domains, however the user
>> has its domain name prepended and this breaks things for setting up
>> ADUNSW+root@gpfs2-pc:~ $ mkpasswd.exe -c
>> I welcome any suggestions on how I might be able to work around this?
> mkpasswd.exe -c > /etc/passwd
> and change in /etc/passwd the user name "ADUNSW+root" to what you want.
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