RHCSA Series: How to Manage Users and Groups in RHEL 7 – Part 3

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9 Responses

  1. Neeraj Rawat says:

    EXAMPLE 5: Disabling account by locking password

    To disable an account, you will need to use either the -l (lowercase L) or the –lock option to lock a user’s password. This will prevent the user from being able to log on & in example 6 as well:

    Its capital L and capital U: not the small ones. small -l is used for new login name and -u is for userid. Please correct it.

  2. Pavlo Rudyi says:

    Which license have this session? Can I translate it?

  3. satish says:

    Thanks Ravi.

  4. satish says:

    Thanks for the tutorial on user management. Is it possible to explain about awk command with good examples for beginner.

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @Satish,
      Awk command series under progress, I hope the first part will going to be published today..stay tuned for updates….

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