How to Change a User Password in Linux

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The importance of passwords and the role it plays in our digital life cannot be emphasized enough. Passwords are probably our first line of defense when it comes to securing digital content.

Linux is by nature a multi-user operating system, meaning that you can share a Linux…

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Mwiza Kumwenda

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I develop software by profession. My interests include: history, economics, politics & enterprise-architecture. I am a child of God.

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