smitty, remove user, remove directory as well..

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Old 11-08-2002
smitty, remove user, remove directory as well..

hi, i am on aix. i used smitty to remove a user..
but then found that its directory still exists....
so i have to remove the directory manually...

am i doing it the right way?
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Old 11-08-2002

I haven't worked with AIX, but you may want to check out the man page for userdel (-r) if it exists on that version of UNIX.

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Old 11-11-2002
okay, but smitty should be smart enough to do the necessary removal when a user is removed..., right?
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