The behavior of some useradd options have been changed in the latest
cvs version of CPU, and will be incorporated into cpu-1.3.13. The new
behavior more closely mimics the behavior of typical useradd/adduser
programs, where the -d option explicitly defines a users home directory,
but if the -d option is not given and the home_directory option is set
in the config file, then the users home directory is
Other news. We're working on getting some smb support working for cpu.
Initially this will be for NT4 but win2k will be on the way. We're
also working on ldaps, as it seems a bad idea to be doing
administrative LDAP functions in cleartext. We're also working on the
memberUid support that Adam Hull had talked about. Hopefully he can
fill us in on exactly what he was talking about :) An optional gtk+
interface is schedule for cpu-2.0 or so, unless someone writes it
before I do. If there are other things people can think of, submit
them to the feature request tracker at cpu.sourceforge.net, or mail
them to the list.