What are the basic commands used for user management?

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Please help me with the basic commands used for user management in Linux.
Mar 8 in Others by David
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The basic commands used for user management are as follows:

  1. last,
  2. chage,
  3. chsh,
  4. lsof,
  5. chown,
  6. chmod,
  7. useradd,
  8. userdel,
  9. newusers
These are the most common commands used for user management in Linux.
answered Mar 8 by Nabarupa

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