Linux Administration ( part 1): creating users in Linux

hackpeas
$ sudo useradd -m hackpeas 
$ sudo useradd -m -d /opt/users/hackpeas hackpeas
$ sudo useradd -m hackpeas
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$ sudo useradd -m -s /usr/bin/zsh hackpeas
$sudo useradd -m -s /usr/bin/zsh -c “for something great” hackpeas
$ sudo passwd hackpeas

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