Linux User and Group Management

Basic Linux Command Example: 


Linux User and Group Management.


   Step by step Linux command example and article on Linux user management and Linux group management.


    •   Linux passwd command example:

           1. - Linux passwd command manual - update a user's authentication tokens(s)

           2. - Linux change password - Change password

           3. - Linux change root password - How to change your Linux root password

           4. - Change other user pasword

           5. - Linux Create Password

           6. - BAD PASSWORD: it is too simplistic/systematic - Too simple password and systematic password

           7. - BAD PASSWORD: it is based on a dictionary word - Dictionary base password


    •   Linux adduser command example:

           1. - Command to create user -adduser command is symlink to useradd command


    •   Linux useradd command example:

           1. - Linux Create User - Step by step create user account example

           2. - Linux Create User With Full Name - Step by step create user include with full name example


    •   Linux finger command example:

           1. - Check Linux User Information - Step by step check Linux user information example


    •   Linux chfn command example:

           1. - Linux Update User Full Name - Step by step update user full name example


    •   Linux chage command example:

           1. - Linux chage command - Linux chage command manual (change user password expiry information)

           1. - Linux chage -l jason - Step by step show Linux password information on expiry date

           2. - Linux chage -E 08/15/2010 jason - Step by step change password expired date


    •   Linux awk command example:

           1. - Linux list user - Step by step show list all user inside your Linux system.

           3. - List group - Step by step show list all group available inside your Linux system.


    •   Linux who command example:

           1. - Linux check currently login user - Show list of user that currently login on the system using who command.


    •   Linux su command and sudo command example:

           1. - Linux run command as root user - Show how to become root user on terminal and run privileges user command or run root user command on Ubuntu Linux.


     •   Linux last command example:

           1. - Linux check who last login - Show last login user on the system.



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Note:  Linux Basic Command example above execute on GNU / Linux Fedora, Fedora Core or Red Hat Linux Operating System and most of the command used execute on Bash Shell.


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