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Provided by: adduser-ng_0.1.2-2_all

 

NAME

        adduser-ng  - add a user to the system, and do many other useful things
        after that.
 

SYNOPSIS

        adduser-ng [options] GroupName Login
 

DESCRIPTION

        AddUser-NG is a new/improved/rewritten (call it as you want) version of
        adduser  program.  Is  flexible,  has plugins support, and several user
        interfaces.
 

OPTIONS

        -h|--help
               Show help and exit
 
        -u|--user-interface
               Use a differed user interface from the one specified in  a  con‐
               figuration file
 
        -v|--verbose
               Be more verbose during execution (helpful only for developers)
 
        -V|--version
               Show program version and exit
 
        -SS|--skip
               Skip already executed plugins
 

ARGUMENTS

        GroupName
               Group  name  for/to  which  user  will be crated (see the ’Group
               files’ section in documentation for more details)
 
        Login  Login name of the user
 

EXAMPLE

             bash# adduser-ng clients john
 

FILES

        /etc/adduser-ng/adduser-ng.conf
               Configuration file with default options.
 
        /etc/adduser-ng/groups/
               Directory  for  files  with  definitions  of  the  groups.   See
               /usr/share/doc/adduser-ng/example/adduser for an example of such
               a file.
 

DOCUMENTATION

        Full documentation on AddUser-NG, including configuration  and  FAQ  is
http://adduser.linux.pl/  and  in adduser-ng-doc package
        (after installing  this  package  look  into  /usr/share/adduser-ng-doc
        directory).
 

AUTHORS

        See /usr/share/doc/adduser-ng/copyright
adduser(8)
 

BUGS

        Please report bugs to <bugs@adduser.linux.pl>
 
adduser-ng(8)
 

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