September 30th, 2009, 06:12 PM
Using the command adduser I create a user, visitor, but when I log in the home directory is not the /home/visitor. What do I have to do to change so when the user logs in goes into /home/visitor?
October 6th, 2009, 01:43 PM
Which BSD are you using this with. Also, is this useradd or adduser?
Originally Posted by epanagio
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December 9th, 2009, 07:17 AM
i don't like such (stupid)tools, mostly bad written shell-scripts...
try to learn unix
for a new user you need 5 steps
1, edit /etc/passwd and append the new user
you can duplicate an existent user, delete the passwd field, change its uid, gid, gecos, home-dir...
2, edit /etc/groups, appropriately add the new user
3, mkdir the home-dir of this new user
maybe in /export/home or /home or ....
4, chmod -R newuserid:newusrgid user-home-dir
5, set the passwd of newuser using the /bin/passwd cmd
manual pages helps you
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