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Mod Your Users with the usermod Command in Linux

usermod allows us to modify an existing user account. This tutorial will cover the fundamentals of the usermod command, as well as some of its different use cases.
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Forcing Linux system password changes with the chage command

Users are generally slow to change passwords. Here’s how to nudge them into compliance with chage. And no, that’s not a typo.
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Get a List of All Commands Available to the Logged-In User

We’re all familiar with Linux’s command-line interface (CLI), which allows you to execute nearly any job you can think of by just typing commands into it. This guide shows you how to get a list of all commands, functions, and aliases that t…

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