• Antonio Vazquez


By default, Linux systems keep a local registry of all their users. That registry is the /etc/passwd file. In this file, we can see a line for every registered user. So, in order to access a computer, we must have a user defined in that computer. This is OK when we have only a few computers, but if we have tens or hundreds of computers, it could be a nightmare to create new users or change a password in all of them.


Organizational Unit Config File Lightweight Directory Access Protocol Serial File Certificate File 
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  • Antonio Vazquez
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  1. 1.MadridSpain

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