Re: [help-a-newb] adduser okay? (problem with authenticating with gui users-groups manager)
Concur. Unlike windows tools, Linux GUI tools (should) build on the existing command line tools. So using the command line version should give you the same effect as using the gui. Case in point, I use apt-get or aptitude (primarily the latter), instead of synaptic or one of the gui tools available. For me, its the way I was brought up, and if I am honest, apt-get install <foo> is far quicker than opening synaptic, searching through the packages, selecting and installing.
On Sat, Mar 19, 2011 at 2:35 PM, Andrei Popescu <firstname.lastname@example.org>
On Sb, 19 mar 11, 22:19:45, Joel Rees wrote:AFAIK adduses is THE standard tool for creating users on Debian.
> Speaking of which, are the command line user/group management tools
> (adduser, etc.) going to leave something undone if I use them instead?
> Or, if I use vipw and hand-copy the bash skeleton, for a user, am I
> going to regret it later?
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