Tuesday, June 18, 2013

UNIX/Linux Shell Script to delete multiple users

Example 1:

To delete the users: dummy1, dummy2, dummy3, dummy4 and dummy5

for  counter in {1..5}; do userdel dummy$counter; done

It can also be written as,

for counter in {1..5}
       userdel dummy$counter

NOTE: {1..5} syntax will not work in certain shell. But it will work definitely in bash.

Example 2:

cat > user.list

for  user in `cat  user.list`;do userdel $user;done


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