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Managing Users in Debian Linux

used webmin for most of my user administration in the past just because of the ease of use, however I’ve been trying to move away from webmin and do everything myself from the command line lately so I’ve gotten back into adding users and managing passwords and groups from the command line.
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When I was first learning Linux, my instructor said that one thing that makes Linux different from Windows is that Linux assumes you know what you’re doing from the start. Specifically when you’re logged in as root, you get very cryptic messages if at all, for the sole reason that the command line assumes you know what you’re doing and don’t need any sort of notice or confirmation. Keep this in mind whenever you do anything from the command line.

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