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accepted GID for new user is not taking system default value 100?
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comment GID for new user is not taking system default value 100?
thanks..........
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accepted finger command not working?
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comment finger command not working?
yum install finger work fine for me.
Dec
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comment finger command not working?
thanks, i have updated question with yum provides finger..
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revised finger command not working?
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asked finger command not working?
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accepted How can I list all locked users in Linux?
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asked How can I list all locked users in Linux?
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comment GID for new user is not taking system default value 100?
But USERGROUPS_ENAB says "This enables userdel to remove user groups if no members exist". Is related to addition of user?
Dec
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comment GID for new user is not taking system default value 100?
i don't see any .conf file related to adduser in /etc
Dec
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comment GID for new user is not taking system default value 100?
i tried adduser also, but unfortunately same result.
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asked GID for new user is not taking system default value 100?
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accepted How to check whether an environment variable is read only or R+W?
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asked How to check whether an environment variable is read only or R+W?
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comment What is the difference between Filesystem(device location) and Mounted point? both seems to be directory
but xvda1 is listed as brw-rw---- 1 root disk 202, 1 Dec 1 14:49 xvda1, in dev directory and i can't see it as its not a directory. so i guess /A is only option
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comment What is the difference between Filesystem(device location) and Mounted point? both seems to be directory
i got it, one last question. suppose /dev/xvda1 is mounted on mount point '/', you can see in question. As i understand any file under physical media /dev/xvda1 can be accessed by /A correct? At the same time can i access it like /dev/xvda1/A
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comment What is the difference between Filesystem(device location) and Mounted point? both seems to be directory
thanks. can i mount different physical devices to the same mount point?
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comment What is the difference between Filesystem(device location) and Mounted point? both seems to be directory
What is the use of mount point if actual data lives in Filesystem?