Removing unneeded user accounts is just as important as adding new ones. Use
rmuser(8) to delete accounts.
# rmuser pkdick Matching password entry: pkdick:*:1001:1001::0:0:phil dick:/home/pkdick:/bin/ksh Is this the entry you wish to remove? y Remove user's home directory (/home/pkdick)? y Updating password file, updating databases, done. Updating group file: Removing group pkdick -- personal group is empty done. Removing user's home directory (/home/pkdick): done.
rmuser command displays the account entry from /etc/passwd, giving you a chance to verify that you really want to delete this particular user. Read the account’s real name, and verify that you’re deleting the correct account. Next,
rmuser asks if you want ...