Daniel Stringfield wrote:
> I believe the 'useradd' program was a strictly Slackware program.
> BUT... It no longer exists in Slackware even..
> It should not be a problem unless you are running shadow passwords, in
> which you definetely don't want to run it. I'd been running on several
> different releases, AFTER the Slackware.. (Linux FT, and Redhat)
As I recall, the shadow package included a "useradd" utility (among
Bill Roman (email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org) running linux
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