Ubuntu Server

How to Manage passwords and password policies on ubuntu server 14.04

August 15th 2021, 11:03
Set an expiration date on a user's password Step 1 : Type chage -l username command to display expiration date on a user's password. sudo chage -l myuser Step 2 : When creating user accounts, The chage command allows you to force a password change for a user when he...
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How to Manage passwords and password policies on ubuntu server 16.04

August 15th 2021, 1:48
Set an expiration date on a user's password Step 1 : Type chage -l username command to display expiration date on a user's password. sudo chage -l myuser Step 2 : When creating user accounts, The chage command allows you to force a password change for a user when he...
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How to Manage passwords and password policies on ubuntu server 18.04

August 15th 2021, 1:31
Set an expiration date on a user's password Step 1 : Type chage -l username command to display expiration date on a user's password. sudo chage -l myuser Step 2 : When creating user accounts, The chage command allows you to force a password change for a user when he...
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How to Manage passwords and password policies on ubuntu server 21.04

August 15th 2021, 12:05
Set an expiration date on a user's password Step 1 : Type chage -l username command to display expiration date on a user's password. sudo chage -l myuser Step 2 : When creating user accounts, The chage command allows you to force a password change for a user when he...
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How to Manage Groups on Ubuntu server 20.10

August 15th 2021, 2:31
List all groups Step 1 : The /etc/group file contains information regarding the groups that have been created on your system. Go ahead and take a look at this file on your system: cat /etc/group Creating new groups Step 2 : The groupadd command allows you to create new groups....
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How to Manage Groups on Ubuntu server 14.04

August 15th 2021, 12:04
List all groups Step 1 : The /etc/group file contains information regarding the groups that have been created on your system. Go ahead and take a look at this file on your system: cat /etc/group Creating new groups Step 2 : The groupadd command allows you to create new groups....
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How to Manage Groups on Ubuntu server 16.04

August 15th 2021, 8:05
List all groups Step 1 : The /etc/group file contains information regarding the groups that have been created on your system. Go ahead and take a look at this file on your system: cat /etc/group Creating new groups Step 2 : The groupadd command allows you to create new groups....
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How to Manage Groups on Ubuntu server 18.04

August 15th 2021, 12:00
List all groups Step 1 : The /etc/group file contains information regarding the groups that have been created on your system. Go ahead and take a look at this file on your system: cat /etc/group Creating new groups Step 2 : The groupadd command allows you to create new groups....
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How to Manage Groups on Ubuntu server 21.04

August 15th 2021, 1:18
List all groups Step 1 : The /etc/group file contains information regarding the groups that have been created on your system. Go ahead and take a look at this file on your system: cat /etc/group Creating new groups Step 2 : The groupadd command allows you to create new groups....
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How to Create and remove users on ubuntu server 20.10

August 14th 2021, 11:59
Creating users Creating users in Ubuntu can be done with one of either of two commands: adduser and useradd useradd Step 1 : First, Creating a User with specific home directory sudo useradd -d /home/username -m username Step 2 : If you list the storage of /home, you should see...
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