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Old 07-30-2002
create a user and how see your IPadress

Hello,

i want to create a user under BSD41

and i want see my current IP address

coud anyone help me ?
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Old 07-30-2002
Take a gander at `man adduser`.

To find your network settings (such as IP address) you can issue a `ifconfig -a` to see all interfaces and settings. If you know the interface name you can just issue a `ifconfig xl0` where xl0 is the first 3Com NIC in a system. Your network devices will most likely be different but `ifconfig -a` will list all network devices and their current configuration.
 

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