Andy Green wrote:
This file is something to do with NIS auth. Are you set up for NIS auth to your knowledge?
If not, run system-config-authenticationas root and see what your situation is. If NIS is enabled and you didn't want it, disable it. My default situation has everything on the first property page of system-config-authentication turned off, and only "use shadow passwords" and "use MD5 passwords" turned on at the second property page.
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