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 Managing Users, Fonts, and Printers

"The standard way of managing user and groups in Slackware involves the use of the commands useradd, groupadd, passwd and related tools. Additionally, Slackware has a friendlier version of useradd, called adduser. You can get an adequate overview of user management using these tools at the canonical source. However, that's not the complete picture; at least, it isn't if you have KDE installed. In that case you have an excellent GUI tool at your disposal to manage users in a simple and convenient way. You can manage your user accounts with kuser, the KDE User Manager, which is shown in the screenshot of Figure 6."
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 (Submitted by Noel Fri Sep 24, 2004 )

  


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