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Old 12-29-2016, 11:42 PM   #1
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LXer: Simple way for unattended bulk user creation in Linux

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As a Linux system administrator, you will sometimes have to add new user account to your system. To do so, adduser command is often used. When it comes to multiple users' creation, adduser command may become boring and time-consuming. This short article intends to provide the Linux system administrator with a simple and unattended way for bulk user creation. The newusers command will help you to create multiple users by getting their info from a prefilled file.



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