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NAZWA

       chfn - change real user name and information

SKŁADNIA

       chfn [-f full_name] [-r room_no] [-w work_ph] [-h home_ph] [-o other]
            [user]

OPIS

       The chfn command changes user fullname, office number, office
       extension, and home phone number information for a user's account. This
       information is typically printed by finger(1) and similar programs. A
       normal user may only change the fields for her own account, subject to
       the restrictions in /etc/login.defs. (The default configuration is to
       prevent users from changing their fullname.) The superuser may change
       any field for any account. Additionally, only the superuser may use the
       -o option to change the undefined portions of the GECOS field.

       The only restriction placed on the contents of the fields is that no
       control characters may be present, nor any of comma, colon, or equal
       sign. The other field does not have this restriction, and is used to
       store accounting information used by other applications.

       If none of the options are selected, chfn operates in an interactive
       fashion, prompting the user with the current values for all of the
       fields. Enter the new value to change the field, or leave the line
       blank to use the current value. The current value is displayed between
       a pair of [ ] marks. Without options, chfn prompts for the current user
       account.

PLIKI

       /etc/login.defs
           Konfiguracja pakietu shadow.

       /etc/passwd
           Informacja o kontach użytkowników.

ZOBACZ TAKŻE

       chsh(1), login.defs(5), passwd(5).