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Old 25th November 2005, 11:37 AM
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Post HOWTO: User management from the command line

This is a summary of the commands someone can use in order to manage users and groups from the command line. This covers the most common usage of these commands (create user accounts, add/remove users to/from groups, lock/unlock accounts etc.) and is supposed to be read by new fedora users.
The document can be read here:
User management from the command line

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