bash: useradd: comand not found using telnet su
a.romeril at ic.ac.uk
Fri Jul 21 15:17:59 GMT 2000
Not the bast place to post this to, but anyway...
Your path is probably wrong, try su - root ( the dash is important as it
does the full logon ).
Or setting your PATH environment variable to include the directory useradd
is in. su - *should* set the right PATH....
From: Damen Rund [mailto:Damen_Rund at missporters.org]
Sent: Friday, July 21, 2000 4:05 PM
To: samba-technical at samba.org
Subject: bash: useradd: comand not found using telnet su
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.
Farmington, CT. 06062
Phone (860) 409-3607
Fax (509) 561-5881
E-Mail Damen_Rund at missporters.org
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