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[SLUG] Re: photo/graphics processing SIG anyone?
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- Subject: [SLUG] Re: photo/graphics processing SIG anyone?
- From: Sharon Doig <po_box_304@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 4 Jun 2007 10:45:16 +1000 (EST)
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I would at least love a sig email list! One of my top wishes is to set up my colour managed work flow! An to discuss any other related photographic topics to do with open source products. As the American groups talk about American products and not all of the US products are available here.
Occasionally I may pop in to Sydney.... My DH is an avid fan of Linux. I dare say he would find it useful as well.
Sharon Doig in Canberra - Australia
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Subject: Re: [SLUG] migrating pasword file ?
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On 04/06/07, Voytek Eymont <lists@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I'm transferring web users from RH73 to Centos on new server;
> is there a way to transfer users' unknown passwords to the new server ?
> this is just for ftp access, that's the only access users have
> (or do I just ask them 'what password you desire?')
Assuming you're talking about passwords in /etc/passwd, the password
hash there is just a hash (plus, maybe, a bit of salt); it should be
safe to just copy that field across to /etc/passwd on the new
Assuming you're talking about passwords stored in some custom
ftp-server-specific repository, the same probably holds true, but I'd
have to know more about the ftp server to be more specific.
However, you mentioned "web users", which suggests to me that you've
got a htpasswd file somewhere? Again, those passwords are just md5
hashes, so copying them to the new .htpasswd file is fine
 I actually mean /etc/shadow, not /etc/passwd, of course, but in my
mind the concept "/etc/passwd" includes the files /etc/passwd and
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