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For example, less command is located under /usr/bin directory. But, the linux commands located under this directory are used typically by. Ibrahim's comment on the other answer is the correct way to alter an existing user's home directory. usermod is the command to edit an existing. ~/default is the files location, where ~ is the home directory of that user - so the file should be called default in the users home directory. You can. This is a list of the primary Red Hat Enterprise Linux system directories. Each directory is /home/ — Default location of user home directories. /opt/ — Directory. You can use the usermod command to change the default home directory for a user. usermod -d /path/to/dir username. What this command does is edit the file.

By default base directory for the system user is set to /home directory. I'd like to add user to /iscsi/home/${user} directory instead of the default. A brief intro to /home directory in Linux/Unix. The /home directory is a place where by default all user home directories are created. If you mean, end up in a specific folder every time you open a shell If you're constantly going to this directory, you're probably better off. See Unix & Linux: How to create a FTP user with specific /dir/ To change the default login directory for vsftpd, change the ftp user home. When you decode the permissions as below: * FILE — (rw-) for user; (r—) for group while (r—) for others (general user) - seeing the above.

Ibrahim's comment on the other answer is the correct way to alter an existing user's home directory. usermod is the command to edit an existing. For example, less command is located under /usr/bin directory. But, the linux commands located under this directory are used typically by. This is a list of the primary Red Hat Enterprise Linux system directories. Each directory is /home/ — Default location of user home directories. /opt/ — Directory. By default, new Terminal windows open to your Home directory. However, if there's another directory you use often that you want immediate. Everything on your Linux system is located under the / directory, known . directory is where locally compiled applications install to by default.

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