The useradd utility is used to create user accounts, but on some Linux distributions, we also have the adduser script to create users.
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The useradd utility is used to create user accounts, but on some Linux distributions, we also

have the adduser script to create users. Explain the differences between the two utilities on Linux distributions.

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Answer) useradd is considered as a native binary compiled with the system while the adduser is considered as the perl script... View the full answer

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