How to delete one user from CentOS system?

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Hi Guys,

I have one user in my system. I want to delete the user permanently. How can I do this?

Jun 19 in Linux Administration by akhtar
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Hi@akhtar,

You can use userdel command to delete one user from the CentOS system. You can also check the manual for more information.

$ userdel username
$ man userdel

I hope this will help you.

answered Jun 19 by MD
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