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Tuesday, April 26, 2011

User Commands

  • date - Print or set the system date and time.
  • finger - Display information about a user. May be turned off by default.
  • id - Display UID and group info about a user.
  • passwd - Change a user's password.
  • quota - Assign quota for users and groups.
  • su - Change to root or another user id.
  • useradd - Add a new user to the system.
  • userdel - Delete a user from the system.
  • usermod - Modify user information on the system.
  • users - Display a list of current users.
  • who - Display a list of current users.
  • whoami - Print the user name associated with the effective UID.
  • w - Display who is logged on and what they are doing.

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