Here's the problem, I asked a coworker to give himself a new user account on our SUSE 10 box. He was going to create a cron job for the account he was making, and wanted to be an equivalent of the root user. He logged in as root and created a new account with the following commands:
So he added another username to the root uid, I want to remove his account now for obvious reasons and make him a normal user account. I've tried logging in as root and using
but I get the message that the account is active. Obviously because I'm currently logged into root. Is there any way that I can change the bob user's uid from 0 to something else, or delete the username so that it goes back to how it should be with root being the only username for uid 0? Any help would be greatly appreciated.