--- Jonathan McKeown <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Tuesday 22 April 2008 12:54, Unga wrote:
> > --- Peter Boosten <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > >
> > > I use [pw] without the slash:
> > >
> > > adduser -d /home -q -s /usr/local/bin/rzsh
> > >
> > > Works like charm
> > There is no keyword adduser to the pw(8) :)
> From the manpage:
> The first one or two keywords provided to pw on
> the command line provide
> the context for the remainder of the arguments.
> The keywords user and
> group may be combined with add, del, mod, show,
> or next in any order.
> (For example, showuser, usershow, show user,
> and user show all mean the
> same thing.) This flexibility is useful for
> interactive scripts calling
> pw for user and group database manipulation.
> Please verify that what you're saying is right
> before posting: people rely on
> this list.
Thanks for highlighting. Apologies for that.
So lets focus now to the main issue.
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