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cpdir.c27-Nov-20173.4 KiB

grupd.c27-Nov-20172.6 KiB

Makefile15-Aug-2017312

Makefile.depend31-Oct-2017319

psdate.c10-Jan-20185.8 KiB

psdate.h10-Jan-20181.7 KiB

pw.809-Feb-201927 KiB

pw.c16-Oct-201811.8 KiB

pw.conf.514-May-20138.5 KiB

pw.h16-Oct-20183.7 KiB

pw_conf.c22-Oct-201813 KiB

pw_group.c27-Nov-201714.6 KiB

pw_log.c27-Nov-20173.4 KiB

pw_nis.c27-Nov-20172.6 KiB

pw_user.c28-May-201943.8 KiB

pw_utils.c16-Oct-20182.6 KiB

pw_vpw.c27-Jul-20184.4 KiB

pwupd.c27-Nov-20173.4 KiB

pwupd.h27-Nov-20174.6 KiB

README06-Nov-2012896

rm_r.c23-Mar-20202.4 KiB

strtounum.c23-Aug-20152.2 KiB

tests/23-Mar-202022

README

1
2pw is a command-line driven passwd/group editor utility that provides
3an easy and safe means of modifying of any/all fields in the system
4password files, and has an add, modify and delete mode for user and
5group records. Command line options have been fashioned to be similar
6to those used by the Sun/shadow commands: useradd, usermod, userdel,
7groupadd, groupmod, groupdel, but combines all operations within the
8single command `pw'.
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10User add mode also provides a means of easily setting system useradd
11defaults (see pw.conf.5), so that adding a user is as easy as issuing
12the command "pw useradd <loginid>". Creation of a unique primary
13group for each user and automatic membership in secondary groups
14is fully supported.
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16This program may be FreeBSD specific, but should be trivial to port to
17other bsd4.4 variants.
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19Author and maintainer: David L. Nugent, <davidn@blaze.net.au>
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21$FreeBSD$
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