Subject: Re: user situation
Date: Tue May 16 2000 - 01:22:58 MDT
what i have been doing is simply using adduser to make a new user, then
using passwd -d username to delete the password, then have the user log
in and create their own. You can also specify the password using useradd
-p password, i believe.
Hope this helps
> i have a problem with ydl 1.2. I can't seem to be able to get a new
> password set for a new user. This is kinda annoying cause i am doing
> everything as root. And we all know that isn't right. So if anyone has
> found the same problem and knows the solution or even a simple work
> around i'm all eyes( it would be ears but i can't hear any of you
> through email).
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