On Fri, Dec 22, 2000 at 01:34:09PM +0000, Wesley Darlington wrote:
> The most awkward part of the problem here seems to be that usermod
> expects the hashed password on the command line. How unfortunate.
>> Might it be possible to write a (perl, of course) script which takes
> (perhaps the username and) the hashed password *as standard input*,
> and distribute this script to each remote machine?
Or just use chpasswd which does exactly that and lets you change multiple
accounts in one command,
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