usermod is shell command for manipulating user accounts in Ubuntu and almost any other Linux distro. You can use it to add existing user to existing group,
This tutorial explains how to add a user to a group under Ubuntu Linux operating systems using command line options.
Explains how to add a new user or existing user to the Apache web server group called www-data under Ubuntu or Debian Linux operating systems.
Assuming the user already exists, the easiest way is to just open the file /etc/group and add the username to the relevant groups that you want them to be a member of.
All members of the group admin, are in Ubuntu by default allowed to use sudo, so the easiest way is to add the user account to the admin group.
Duplicating (not copying/pasting) items in a Group will add them to the Group without ungrouping/regrouping thus maintaining the animations. For example, if you need ...
If you created the new user with adduser command, you don't need to create a home directory for the new user. A home directory named with the name of the user in ...
Ubuntu offers several editors which are installed by default. The most common command line editor is vim.
“No” you do not need “legacy links” The last command reboots your box. Once it comes back up, login and elevate your privileges, then we are going to join the ...
Step Four: Create a VM from the Command Line. With KVM, the configuration of a VM is stored in a domain XML file. Thus, the first step to create a VM is to prepare ...