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Hello everybody. When I use the command adduser in slackware and enter an expiration date that's beyond the year 2009 I get an error stating that this is not a valid expiration date. Somebody else posted the adduser script in one of their posts, and I found the following regular expression for testing the date:
Slack10. No modifications to the adduser script. Just did a fresh install so that I could maintain better track of my source installations... So can't get to you yet on the version #. Same thing without the quotes though... Not really a big deal, just kind of curious.