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Originally posted by paddyjoy Is there such thing is a domain controller for linux, can aa group of linux machines be grouped like this so that if I change my password while logged onto one machine it will change everywhere?
Samba (the linux implementation of windows CFIS) can act as a domain controler for a windows network. However nothing is called "domain controller" yet in the *nix world. You can use NIS to easily acheive centralized accounts management . There is also Kerberos...