passwd refers to the Unix command for changing a user's password and also the file in which users' login data is stored.

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Questions about AIX passwd file

I'm a beginner in AIX and I have 2 questions on AIX's passwd file. If there is a hash (#) symbol in front of a username, what does this mean? Correct me if I'm wrong. On the password field, if a ...
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Unable to change user password on AWS using `passwd` command

I am using Amazon's AWS insances running CentOS. I was trying to create a user with SUDO privilege and then disable the Root login to secure the systems. I have already done the required to bring this ...
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pam_filter usage prevent passwd from working

I have PAM+LDAP SSL running on Debian Lenny, it works well. I always want to restrict who's able to connect, in the past I used pam_groupdn for that but I recently got a situation where I has to ...
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OpenLDAP on ArchLinux users cannot change passwd

I started an office and i NEED centralized login and home directories to work. Since all workstations are going to run Arch and problems with different LDAP versions I finally concluded the LDAP ...
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Change local password as root after configuring for MS-AD Kerberos+LDAP

I have followed this excelent post to configure Kerberos + LDAP: http://koo.fi/blog/2013/01/06/ubuntu-12-04-active-directory-authentication/ However, there are some local users used for services. When ...
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How to allow the root user to change LDAP password for normal users?

I have a LDAP-Server that is running on Debian 6.0.7 Squeeze. The LDAP-Server is used for the user authentication and the sudo management of all other virtual servers in our network. On a Debian 7 ...
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Samba passwd program not working

I am trying to use the smb.conf option "passwd program" to change our internal passwords (they are in a different database) when using the Windows "change password" function. Here is a brief overview ...