I'm pretty sure you can specify the homedir with useradd, yep, "man
-d home_dir The new user will be created using home_dir as the value for
the user's login directory. The default is to append the login
name to default_home and use that as the login directory name.
>> anyone know if there are tolls out there that a) use shadow passwords b)
> redhat-style private groups for each user AND c) flexible home dir
> creation - what I want it /home/u/s/username
>> I can do it with symlinks or I can do it with wrapper scripts that then
> feed the current useradd tools, but I just thought I would check for
> anything already built.
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