How to set user quota

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Old 08-30-2003
Question How to set user quota

I've a redhat 9.0 and I want to set a user quota.
but the question is where should I start from and
How ???

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Old 08-30-2003
Here is a link to some Documentation on Enabling Disk Quotas
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Old 09-04-2003
Question Thank for you reply

Why the message came out ..>?

Bad number of arguments.
Utility for checking and repairing quota files.
quotacheck [-gucfinvdmMR] [-F <quota-format>] filesystem|-a
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