On Thu, Jun 22, 2000 at 12:19:43PM +0100, Fergal Daly wrote:
> >You could use this as is in conjunction with your scripts and modify
> >/etc/passwd (or /etc/shadow) as appropriate. Alternatively, you could read
> >the man pages for useradd and then use this program to generate the
> >arguments to the -p switch of useradd.
>> or use chpasswd to modify a whole load of passwords in batch (takes plain
> or encrypted),
Why is it that whenever I have a little Perl solution to a problem, there's
always a ready made solution that I don't know of (and I did look) :-) What
was that little program to generate lists of numbers ? (seq - I just looked,
and of course I'll never remember it again)
Boo hoo !
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