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woot got slack 9.1 installed with the new 2.6 kernel ^_^ woo^_^ first impressions cool just a couple of small probs how do i create a new user in the ...
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    the slack


    woot got slack 9.1 installed with the new 2.6 kernel ^_^ woo^_^
    first impressions cool
    just a couple of small probs
    how do i create a new user in the command line (i can do it through kde but i want to learn ^_^)
    damn i forgot the question i had... if i think of it later ill ask
    thanks

    ps i love the yast2 control center without it i don't know what i would do...
    Thanks v much

    \"Anything bigger than my ego i want it caught and killed\"- Zaphod Beeblebrox

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    to add a user i think all you have to do is type in teh command adduser as root and then it will ask a few questions and your off
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    yeh it is either adduser or useradd use --help for options.

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    cool ill rry it
    thanks
    Thanks v much

    \"Anything bigger than my ego i want it caught and killed\"- Zaphod Beeblebrox

    Multi boot:
    Win xp home, SuSE 8.2 and Slackware 9.1

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