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Re: Yum issues..



On Sat, 2009-04-04 at 10:20 -0700, dcooke efn org wrote:

> >> Is this a problem with system messagebus and NFS connecting to
> >> LDAP, and why does it occurr?
> >>
> >> If I'm not networking, can I turn NFS off?
> >>
> >>
> > ----
> > yes, if you're not networking, nfs is pointless.
> 
> Wow!..>>millionThanks. Turned ldap off in 'User' and 'Auth'.
> >
> >
> > Craig
> >
> 
> Craig,
> 
> What about Kerebos and and SMB in 'Auth'...Off?
> 
> Can I turn off NIS Support in 'User', also?
> 
> And options, MD5's are now SHA256. and there are no local users,
> just one owner behind a modem.
> 
> The only 'checked' left would be 'Cache User Information'. Is this
> okay to leave?
> 
> 
> What about messagebus? Do I need this one? Hangs like a kite in a
> steady wind. I get a 'dbus' message complaining about the two being
> in cohoots with each other, and blaming me for it all.
----
Kerberos off
SMB Auth off
sure, leave Cache User Infomration on if you want
messagebus, I'd probably leave on

Craig


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