I'm creating a new user with the following details: useradd -d /var/www/html/testuser.com -G users testuser I proceed by creating a new password for the user and attempt to login via SSH, I land on ...
I would like to create a user that only has access to one folder and nothing else whatsoever. I have already created a user but he has access to other parts of the system according to corresponding ...
This is what I'd like to be able to do: After a user's account is created, they should be able to ssh-tunnel, but their account is automatically removed after 30 days unless the countdown is reset by ...
I have a (home) Ubuntu machine; upon installation I created the "x" user during the installation (who is not the root) so often when I want to run apt-get or other things that require write access to ...
I need to remontely log on to few peoples machines to do maintanance tasks, but sometimes the machines can be behind firewalls or NAT's. The way I have been doing it is to give the user advice on how ...
I'm wondering how to create and grant a normal user (for example, named 'sybase') with root privileges? I found useradd, adduser, and passwd to be useful, but are there any other files to modify to ...
How do I completely disable an account? passwd -l will not allow anyone to log into an account using a password but you can still log in via private/public keys. How would I disable the account ...