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Re: useradd problem on RedHat linux



thanks anish,

I tried useradd -n,but still getting the same problem.

rajanish

--- Anish Mathew <nedumannilanish yahoo co uk> wrote:

> try useradd -n
>  
> anish
> 
> Rajanish Rai <rajanishrai yahoo com> wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> I am facing a problem while executing 'useradd'
> command to add user on RedHat linux, if there is
> already a group with same name as user and '-g'
> option
> is not used to set primary usergroup.
> 
> Details to reproduce issue is as -
> (1)On RadHat linux system, a usergroup with name
> "newuser" already exists.
> (2)Tried to add user with name "newuser" using
> following command.
> useradd newuser
> (3)Got following problem -
> useradd: group newuser exists - if you want to add
> this user to that group, use -g
> 
> I was hoping to set "newuser" as primary usergroup
> while executing above command.
> 
> Pls let me know any possible workaround for the
> same.
> 
> Regards
> Rajanish Rai
> 
> 
> 
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