Changing Passwords

Hacker Girl

This is post 4 of 11 in the series “The Linux Command Line” This series introduces students to the Linux bash command line, and covers directory navigation, file management, permissions and more. Using the Linux Command Line The Linux Directory Tree Linux Shells and Basic Commands Changing Passwords Your Home Directory User Information Linux User …

Your Home Directory

Glenn Norman

This is post 5 of 11 in the series “The Linux Command Line” This series introduces students to the Linux bash command line, and covers directory navigation, file management, permissions and more. Using the Linux Command Line The Linux Directory Tree Linux Shells and Basic Commands Changing Passwords Your Home Directory User Information Linux User …

Group Information

Where group information is stored Group information is stored in /etc/group. This file should be changed with the usermod, groupadd and groupmod commands. The format of each line is: Group name Group password (hardly ever used) Group ID User names (separated by commas) Each field is separated by a colon.

sudo and su –

Hacker Girl

This is post 9 of 11 in the series “The Linux Command Line” This series introduces students to the Linux bash command line, and covers directory navigation, file management, permissions and more. Using the Linux Command Line The Linux Directory Tree Linux Shells and Basic Commands Changing Passwords Your Home Directory User Information Linux User …