shadow password

Dennis Leeuw dleeuw at made-it.com
Mon Nov 13 12:25:20 PST 2000


This is not shadowed. If it is shadowed it says
root:x:0:0:root....etc

and you do have an /etc/shadow when you use shadow...

Dennis

Duraid wrote:

> how do i know if my password is being shadowed? i don't have
> /etc/shadow? how does shadow work anyway?
>
> LFS: ~$ cat /etc/passwd
> root:y7tTETzUlOunw:0:0:root:/root:/bin/bash
>
> Duraid
>
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