The Complete Guide to “useradd” Command in Linux – 15 Practical Examples

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88 Responses

  1. Decontee K Sawyer says:

    Hi Ravi. Your suggestion to go directly to the source documentation to understand the requirements and details is an exceedingly excellent one. You have obviously done so, and translated the English it is written in, into whatever your native language is. A link to your interpretation, in your native language would be more helpful than the confusing broken English found here.

  2. Anuj says:

    Hi Ravi,

    I have one problem, from client side I have a request to add a new user with username having space, I mean username of two words.

    For example,

    # adduser "ravi gen"
    adduser: invalid user name 'ravi gen'
    
  3. oscar javier guerrero says:

    Hi Ravi, I have a question, If use: su “user” type the password and the system say: su: System Error, why is this message?

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