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On 12/06/2009 03:10 AM, David O'Brien wrote:
David O'Brien wrote:
> I'm curious about the description for this argument:
> Do not create the user´s home directory. Overrides
> configuration settings.
> Don't all command-line arguments override configuration and default
> settings? Is this one different somehow? Any particular reason for
> specifically including this statement?
I guess I should read more...
I just found this same statement in a few more places (e.g., sss_userdel
-r and -R). Either way, same question: isn't this standard behaviour for
all cli options?
This phrasing was taken from the useradd manpage which was used as the
source for the commandline options (we tried to keep them compatible to
make scripting easier for admins).
See 'man useradd' (and userdel, etc.)
They are, of course, eligible for changing if you think it makes things
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