Before we proceed, it would be best to cover some basic user administration topics that will be very useful in later chapters.
One of the most important activities in administering a Linux box is the addition of users. Here you’ll find some simple examples to provide a foundation for future chapters. It is not intended to be comprehensive, but is a good memory refresher. You can use the command
man useradd to get the help pages on adding users with the
useradd command or the
man usermod to become more familiar with modifying users with the
The super user with unrestricted access to all system resources and files in Linux ...