When I enter "sudo adduser git" 
i get "radd git "sudo: useradd: command not found" 
 when I enter "whereis adduser" I get /usr/sbin/adduser but I can't switch 
to it  root@431901-web1 [/usr/sbin]$ cd adduser bash: cd: adduser: Not a 
directory when I do a ls I see it has an @ after it adduser@ what does the 
@ mean? is there any workaround? I have root access, but I'm not a pro unix 
guy... 


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