How do I add a user to a group in Linux?

Answer Add an Existing User to a GroupThe usermod command can be used to modify the group affiliation of an existing user. To add an existing user to a group, use usermod -a -G [group] [user name]. For ex... Read More »

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How do I change a password for a Linux user?

Log inLog into the Linux system with your user name and password.Enter Existing PasswordDouble click the terminal icon on the desktop. It looks like a computer with white text. Now type "su" and hi... Read More »

How to Convince a Windows User to Switch to Linux?

We have all experienced the horrors of Windows at one time or another, and many of you are using Macs at the moment but no one deserves Windows and Macs are pricey. The computer geeks of the world ... Read More »

Linux changing directories to user directory?

jmr is slightly wrong,a root user does not start at /,depending on where i open a root terminal depends on where i start,for instance if i open mcc and login to a root terminal then i start in /doc... Read More »

How do I change user password in Suse Linux?

Opening YaSTOpen Suse Linux's YaST (Yet another Setup Tool) configuration tool. If you see a gecko icon in the lower left corner of your screen, click it, click the "Computer" tab in the menu, clic... Read More »