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Just use man pages, it's a bit daunting to start off with but once your used to them it will save you a bunch of time. Just run "man useradd" ...
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    Just use man pages, it's a bit daunting to start off with but once your used to them it will save you a bunch of time. Just run "man useradd" and you will see some examples at the bottom of the manpage.
    Other than that if you are looking to do something and dont know the command I would google it then lookup the man page for the command.

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    ok thank you

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