On Wed, 11 Jul 2001, Stephen McCullough wrote:
> Edit the /etc/passwd file.
>> foo:x:1000:1000:Joe Bloggs,,,;/home/foo:/bin/whatever
>> Also usermod -d does this.
if you were an admin here you'd be shot.. :)
always always use the tools like chsh, chfn, usermod to make changes
and in the unusual cases where you absolutely must edit passwd
directly, use vipw.
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