Linux User Management

1) Add usersa) Add a user named “roger” (or, create your own username) using the “useradd” command.useradd -d /home/roger -m rogerb) Create a password for the new user using the “passwd” commandpasswd rogerc) Login using the new account.d) Repeat step a) to c) to create 2 or 3 other users.e) Examine the home directory of […]

bash and perl scripting

Discussion on modules in the second half of the semester. Discuss on bash and perl scripting. Explain the differences between user, process, and network management. Give a bash AND perl example of each that has not been demonstrated in this course. Which is best (perl or bash) for each type of management? Respond to at […]