Linux create user

The Linux operating system is a multi-user environment, where a system administrator will need to add users. As the system administrator, it falls to you to manage the system’s groups and users. This article discusses how to create new user accounts with the useradd command. Useradd Command Functions This is used to create user accounts in Linux. …

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How to Copy Directory Linux

Copying directories on Linux is something that comes up quite often while administrating a Linux system. So how exactly do you copy a directory in Linux? This tutorial will show you how to copy files and directories in Linux using the cp command, rsync, and scp utilities.   Copying Files and Directory – cp command How …

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Chmod 777 Tutorial

Eventually, you will need to have to read, write, and execute permissions on either a file or directory. To do this, you need to run the chmod command. This tutorial discusses how the chmod command functions, the basic permissions, its corresponding numbers, and everything else in between.  What are chmod commands? Chmod means change mode. …

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Add User To Group Linux

In Linux operating systems, groups allow collections of users permissions to specified resources. For someone to access the resources on a system, one must add a user to the corresponding group in Linux. Adding users to group is a task worth learning. It can help you manage your system better as well as provide security …

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Vim Show Line Numbers

Vim/Vi is a popular text editor for many Linux software developers and system administrators. It’s especially true if you plan to debug any program errors or improve the script or program’s overall readability. Today, we’ll teach you how to display line numbers when you use vim/vi. Show or Hide Vim Line Numbers By default, Vim/Vi …

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Add user to sudoers

What is the importance of learning how to add user to sudoers? For one, it’s to grant elevated access or permission to a user so that the user can carry unique functions that standard users would not have access to. These include sensitive tasks such as viewing the contents found in your root directory, for …

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