Ubuntu Add User

Ubuntu Add User

Ubuntu Add User
Ubuntu is a multiuser system. So how do we Ubuntu add user?
Adding users in ubuntu is easy. The easiest way is to do it with the terminal.

In this example we want to add a user called John.
Run this:
sudo adduser john

That is it for adding a user in Ubuntu.

If you want to remove it again later. We run:
sudo deluser john

The command above will still leave Johns home folder. If you want to delete John and his home folder we run:
sudo deluser -remove-home john

You will get a warning saying the group John has no members. But the group john will also be removed.
That is how we do Ubuntu Add User.

Happy Adding!

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