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The /etc/login.defs file provides default configuration information for several user account parameters. The useradd, usermod, userdel, and groupadd commands, and other user and group utilities take default values from this file. Each line consists of a directive name and associated value.

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http://man7.org/linux/man-pages/man5/login.defs.5.html

The /etc/login.defs file defines the site-specific configuration for the shadow password suite. This file is required. Absence of this file will not prevent system operation, but will probably result in …

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https://www.poftut.com/linux-etc-login-defs-configuration-examples/

/etc/login.defs or simple login.defs provides configuration about shadow utils. This file provides password, mail, user id, group id, user home related configuration. We will look all of the useful configurations in this tutorial.

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What is the /etc/login.defs files. The /etc/login.defs file defines the site-specific configuration for the shadow password suite. PASS_MAX_DAYS (number) The maximum number of days a password may be used. If the password is older than this, a password change will be forced.

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https://linux.die.net/man/5/login.defs

The /etc/login.defs file defines the site-specific configuration for the shadow password suite. This file is required. Absence of this file will not prevent system operation, but will probably result in undesirable operation. This file is a readable text file, each line of the file describing one configuration parameter.

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Jun 24, 2009 · /etc/login.defs. The Ultimate Guide to Create Users in Linux / Unix. by Ramesh Natarajan on June 24, 2009. Creating users in Linux or Unix system is a routine task for system administrators. Sometimes you may create a single user with default configuration, or create a single user with custom configuration, or create several users at same time ...

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