6 see https://unix.meta.stackexchange.com/q/5138/28980
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Some documentation I'm going through has a boolean switch on whether or not a user is a 'system' user or a 'normal' user (defaulting to 'normal').

What is the difference between these two modes of user-ship? I don't need to learn what a user is or why you need them (even 'fake' ones), but this particular distinction isn't intuitive to me.

Some documentation I'm going through has a boolean switch on whether or not a user is a 'system' user or a 'normal' user (defaulting to 'normal').

What is the difference between these two modes of user-ship?

Some documentation I'm going through has a boolean switch on whether or not a user is a 'system' user or a 'normal' user (defaulting to 'normal').

What is the difference between these two modes of user-ship? I don't need to learn what a user is or why you need them (even 'fake' ones), but this particular distinction isn't intuitive to me.

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Some documentation I'm going through has a boolean switch on whether or not a user is a 'system' user or a 'normal' user (defaulting to 'normal').

What is the difference between these two modes of user-ship? I'm not new to basic UNIX concepts, but I am pretty new to UNIX sysadmin.

Some documentation I'm going through has a boolean switch on whether or not a user is a 'system' user or a 'normal' user (defaulting to 'normal').

What is the difference between these two modes of user-ship? I'm not new to basic UNIX concepts, but I am pretty new to UNIX sysadmin.

Some documentation I'm going through has a boolean switch on whether or not a user is a 'system' user or a 'normal' user (defaulting to 'normal').

What is the difference between these two modes of user-ship?

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Some documentation I'm going through has a boolean switch on whether or not a user is a 'system' user or a 'normal' user (defaulting to 'normal').

What is the difference between these two modes of user-ship? I'm not new to basic UNIX concepts, but I am pretty new to UNIX sysadmin.

Some documentation I'm going through has a boolean switch on whether or not a user is a 'system' user or a 'normal' user (defaulting to 'normal').

What is the difference between these two modes of user-ship?

Some documentation I'm going through has a boolean switch on whether or not a user is a 'system' user or a 'normal' user (defaulting to 'normal').

What is the difference between these two modes of user-ship? I'm not new to basic UNIX concepts, but I am pretty new to UNIX sysadmin.

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