Change linux user's password
#1
1. Login as root
2. type the following: (replace {username} with a username. Can have no username if changing your own password.)

Code:
passwd {username}

3. It should tell you what to do from there.

#2
Thank you very much for this nice and very helpful tutorial. You know how much i suffered [and you too Smile ] from this not knowing how to change password for root.
Thanks again.
#3
(05-05-2010, 10:20 AM)eSupun Wrote: Thank you very much for this nice and very helpful tutorial. You know how much i suffered [and you too Smile ] from this not knowing how to change password for root.
Thanks again.

It's real simple if you know what to do.
#4
Yep. The theory is the most important. I didn't knew the theory and couldn't change the password. But I know the theory now and I can do it practically.(Thanks to you Smile )
#5
its a very big help... as I really don't know how to change password in linux


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