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Adding user in Linux (useradd)

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Sometimes, a Linux system doesn’t have a desktop available to use the User Manager window. Other times, you might find it more convenient to add lots of users at once with a shell script or change user account features that are not available from the Users window. For those cases, commands are available to enable you to add and modify user accounts from the command line. The most straightforward method for creating a new user from the shell is the

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Linux Directory Structure

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The Linux fi lesystem is organized as a hierarchy of directories. Some of the important Linux directories are: ■ /bin—Contains common Linux user commands, such as ls, sort, date, and chmod. ■ /boot—Has the bootable Linux kernel and boot loader configuration files (GRUB). ■ /dev—Contains files representing access points to devices on your systems. These include terminal devices (tty*), floppy disks (fd*), hard disks (hd* or sd*), RAM (ram*), and CD-ROM (cd*). Users can access these devices directly through these device files;

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