What are the popular commands for user management in Unix?

In Unix we use following commands for User Management:

  • id: This command gives the active user id with login and groups to which user belongs.
  • who: This command gives the user that is currently logged on system. It also gives the time of login.
  • last: This command shows the previous logins to the system in a chronological order.
  • adduser: We use this command to add a new user.
  • groupadd: We use this command to add a new group in the system.
  • usermod: We user usermod command to add/remove a user to a group in Unix.
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