bash: useradd: comand not found using telnet su
nkidd at indiana.edu
Fri Jul 21 15:18:17 GMT 2000
do a : locate useradd.
on my RH box, it is in /usr/sbin. then you can telnet, su,
/usr/sbin/useradd whatever till your hearts content.
On Fri, 21 Jul 2000, Damen Rund wrote:
> once again I'm stumped. I telnet into my Linux box as myself then run a
> su command to login as root, then I want to add a user so I run the
> useradd command and get the response "bash: useradd: command not found"
> however if I goto the Linux box and log in as root I can use the useradd
> command with no problem.
> THANK YOU :-)
> Damen C. Rund
> Computer Service Technician
> Miss Porter's School, Inc.
> Main Street
> Farmington, CT. 06062
> Phone (860) 409-3607
> Fax (509) 561-5881
> E-Mail Damen_Rund at missporters.org
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