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lusermod(1)						      General Commands Manual						       lusermod(1)

NAME
lusermod - Modify an user
SYNOPSIS
lusermod [OPTION]... user
DESCRIPTION
Modifies the user with name user.
OPTIONS
-c, --gecos=gecos Set user's GECOS field to gecos. The GECOS field is traditionally used to store user's real name and other information. -d, --directory=directory Set user's home directory to directory. -g, --gid=gid Change user's primary group ID to gid. If group with ID gid does not exist, a warning is printed, but the operation is performed anyway. -i, --interactive Ask all questions when connecting to the user database, even if default answers are set up in libuser configuration. -L, --lock Lock user's account. This prevents logging in using user's password. -l, --login=name Rename user to name. -m, --movedirectory After changing user's home directory (using the -d option), move the old home directory to the new location. -P, --plainpassword=password Set user's password to password. Note that the password can be viewed while running lusermod using tools such as ps(1). -p, --password=encrypted Set user's password to the password represented by the hash encrypted. Note that the hash can be viewed while running lusermod using tools such as ps(1). -s, --shell=shell Set user's login shell to shell. -U, --unlock Unlock user's account. -u, --uid=uid Change user's user ID to uid. --commonname=name Set user's common name to name. This attribute is only supported in some backends (e.g.LDAP), and its support may have further lim- itations (e.g. LDAP schema rules). --givenname=name Set user's given name to name. This attribute is only supported in some backends (e.g.LDAP), and its support may have further limi- tations (e.g. LDAP schema rules). --homephone=phone Set user's home telephone number to phone. This attribute is only supported in some backends (e.g.LDAP), and its support may have further limitations (e.g. LDAP schema rules). --roomnumber=room Set user's room number to room. This attribute is only supported in some backends (e.g.LDAP), and its support may have further lim- itations (e.g. LDAP schema rules). --surname=name Set user's surname to name. This attribute is only supported in some backends (e.g.LDAP), and its support may have further limita- tions (e.g. LDAP schema rules). --telephonenumber=phone Set user's telephone number to phone. This attribute is only supported in some backends (e.g.LDAP), and its support may have fur- ther limitations (e.g. LDAP schema rules).
EXIT STATUS
The exit status is 0 on success, nonzero on error. libuser 2009-12-11 lusermod(1)