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(Create and/or delete users)
(Create and/or delete users)
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  Enter the following commands:
 
  Enter the following commands:
 
  1) # useradd -G audio, cdrom, video, games, cdrw, users, netdev, entropy, portage, plugdev, pulse -m new_user_name
 
  1) # useradd -G audio, cdrom, video, games, cdrw, users, netdev, entropy, portage, plugdev, pulse -m new_user_name
  ''where the option '''-G''' show all groups the new_username with the '''-m''' option creates the ''/home/new_user_name''.''
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  ''where the option '''-G''' show all groups of the new_username with the '''-m''' option creates the ''/home/new_user_name''.''
 
  2) # passwd new_user_name
 
  2) # passwd new_user_name
 
  ''introducing the password for the new user''
 
  ''introducing the password for the new user''
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== Procedure to delete a user ==
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== Procedure to delete a user (Use with '''Caution!''') ==
  
 
Open a terminal and login as root.
 
Open a terminal and login as root.

Revision as of 17:06, 4 April 2013

Procedure to create a new user

Open a terminal and login as root.

Enter the following commands:
1) # useradd -G audio, cdrom, video, games, cdrw, users, netdev, entropy, portage, plugdev, pulse -m new_user_name
where the option -G show all groups of the new_username with the -m option creates the /home/new_user_name.
2) # passwd new_user_name
introducing the password for the new user


For more information: # man useradd and # man passwd


Procedure to delete a user (Use with Caution!)

Open a terminal and login as root.

Enter the following commands:
1) # userdel user_name

2) # rm -R /home/user_name/*
delete the user's /home directory

For more information: # man userdel and # man rm