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i see... thanks everyone.
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Originally Posted by meister29
i see... thanks everyone.
As drysdalk did a great job of explaining to you:

Just post the output of this command:

Code:
finger -l webuser

You might need to install finger first.

Or you can just post the webuser entry of your /etc/passwd file as so:

Code:
grep webuser /etc/passwd

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