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Template: adduser/homedir-permission Type: boolean Default: true _Description: Do you want system-wide readable home directories? By default, users' home directories are readable by all users on the system. If you want to increase security and privacy, you might want home directories to be readable only for their owners. But if in doubt, leave this option enabled. . This will affect only home directories of users added from this point on with the adduser command.
Source: adduser Section: admin Priority: important Maintainer: Debian Adduser Developers <email@example.com> Uploaders: Roland Bauerschmidt <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Marc Haber <email@example.com> Standards-Version: 3.7.2 Build-Depends: po-debconf Build-Depends-Indep: gettext (>= 0.13), po4a (>= 0.23) Package: adduser Architecture: all Depends: perl-base (>=5.6.0), passwd (>= 1:4.0.12), debconf | debconf-2.0 Suggests: liblocale-gettext-perl, perl-modules Replaces: manpages-pl (<= 20051117-1), manpages-it (<< 0.3.4-2) Description: add and remove users and groups This package includes the 'adduser' and 'deluser' commands for creating and removing users. . - 'adduser' creates new users and groups and adds existing users to existing groups; - 'deluser' removes users and groups and removes users from a given group. . Adding users with 'adduser' is much easier than adding them manually. Adduser will choose appropriate UID and GID values, create a home directory, copy skeletal user configuration, and automate setting initial values for the user's password, real name and so on. . Deluser can back up and remove users' home directories and mail spool or all the files they own on the system. . A custom script can be executed after each of the commands. . Homepage: http://alioth.debian.org/projects/adduser/ Development mailing list: http://lists.alioth.debian.org/mailman/listinfo/adduser-devel/
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