How To Change User’s Password in Linux
Change User’s Default Password in Linux
If you have just created a new user john by issuing the below command
# useradd -d /home/john
You can simply change john’s default linux password by issuing
# passwd john
When changing password, any differences for password confirmation would not be accepted, it is therefore important to type the new password correctly on both confirmation fields. The password entry would not be displayed while you are retyping john’s password.
Changing of password for users in linux requires a super user account privelege, most likely as root. And lastly, it is required to remember the new password when changing user password.
All is done.
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