23506Re: [nslu2-linux] Where did usermod go?
- Mar 28, 2009bommeej wrote:
> I just acquired a NSLU2 and without a thought started hacking it. I have SlugOs running perfectly with a USB drive as the root file system. All was going according to plan, until I went to install Samba (and wanted to add a group of users) when it became apparent there wasn't any usermod command.:-) Try some other similar commands: adduser and deluser work.
> I have spent a good deal of time searching and am at a loss.
> I even gave the ole "hand bomb" a try and edited the /etc/groups file with no avail:/initrd is the internal flash filesystem, and once you have done the
> root@SLUG:~# grep users /etc/group
> root@SLUG:~# groups bill
> bill : bill
> I noticed there are two */etc/groups files in the system, /initr/etc/groups and /etc/groups. What gives?
"turnup", it is used only momentarily during early boot. So it would be
unusual to use the groups and passwd files on /initrd for a normal,
> Any help would be appreciated.Just run "adduser" (the tinylogin version) or "busybox adduser" (for the
busybox version) -- either should work.
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