Linux passwd Command Tutorial

Linux passwd Command Tutorial

Linux provides the passwd command in order to manage password and related configurations. The passwd can be used for the current user and other users. In order to use passwd command for other users, the root privileges should be provided by logging in to the root or using the sudo command. passwd Command Syntax The … Read more

Linux /etc/passwd File

Linux /etc/passwd File

All of the Linux distributions stores user information in a central file named /etc/passwd. The /etc/passwd file is a simple text based flat database which contains the current Linux system users with information like user name, user ID, default shell etc. Decades ago the /etc/passwd was also containing the user password hashes but because of … Read more

How To List Users In Linux (Ubuntu, Mint, Debian, CentOS)?

How To List Users In Linux (Ubuntu, Mint, Debian, CentOS)?

Users are one of the most important parts of the Linux operating systems like Ubuntu, Debian, Mint, Kali, CentOS, etc. By creating user accounts different users and people can log in and use the Ubuntu system with their own permissions, files, and configuration. This tutorial can be used to list users in VM, Guest, VPS, … Read more