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NAME

       eurephiadm-users - User management module

SYNOPSIS

       eurephiadm users --list|-l [-S|--sort <sort keys>]
       eurephiadm   users   --show|-s   [-i|--uid   <user   id>]   [-u|--username   <user  name>]
       [-l|-|-lastlog] [-L|--lastlog-details] [-a|--attempts] [-b|--blacklist]
       eurephiadm users --activate|-a [-i|--uid <user id>] [-u|--username <user name>]
       eurephiadm users --deactivate|-d [-i|--uid <user id>] [-u|--username <user name>]
       eurephiadm  users  --add|-A  [-u|--username  <user  name>]  [-P|--password   <plain   text
       password>]   [-C|--certid   <certificate  ID>]  [-D|--digest  <certificate  SHA1  digest>]
       [-c|--certfile <certificate file>] [-2|--pkcs12]
       eurephiadm users --delete|-D [-i|--uid <user id>] [-u|--username <user name>]
       eurephiadm users --password|-p [-i|--uid <user id>] [-u|--username <user name>]
       eurephiadm users [-h|--help [<mode>]]

DESCRIPTION

       eurephiadm users manages eurephia user accounts.  It provides an  interface  for  listing,
       creating new, modify and delete user accounts.

MODES

   Available modes:
       -l | --list
              [-S|--sort <sort keys>]
              List  all  user  accounts.  Providing -S|--sort and a sort key will define the sort
              order of the list.  Valid sort keys are:

              uid - user ID
              username - User name belonging to the user account
              activated - When the user account was activated
              deactivated - When the user account was deactivated
              lastaccess - When the user account was last used

       -s | --show
              [-i|--uid    <user    id>]    [-u|--username    <user     name>]     [-l|--lastlog]
              [-L|--lastlog-details] [-a|--attempts] [-b|--blacklist]
              Show  user account details.  --uid or --username are required.  The other arguments
              only defined which kind of information to show.

       -a | --activate
              [-i|--uid <user id>] [-u|--username <user name>]
              Activate a user account.  --uid or --username is required.

       -d | --deactivate
              [-i|--uid <user id>] [-u|--username <user name>]
              Deactivate a user account.  --uid or --username is required.

       -A | --add
              [-u|--username <user name>]  [-P|--password  <plain  text  password>]  [-C|--certid
              <certificate   ID>]   [-D|--digest   <certificate   SHA1   digest>]  [-c|--certfile
              <certificate file>] [-2|--pkcs12]
              Add a new user account.  --username is required.   If you want to assign a password
              for  the  new  user  account  via  the  command  line,  provide  the  password with
              --password.

              To associate this user account against an already regstistered certificate, it  can
              be  done  by  either  refering  to the certificate ID in eurephia using --certid or
              providing the certificate SHA1 digest/fingerprint to --digest.

              A brand new certificate can be registered and linked to the user  account  directly
              if  you  have  access  to  the certificate file.  The file can be in either PEM/DER
              format or PKCS#12.  Use --certfile to indicate the certificate file to extract  the
              information from and --pkcs12 if it is a PKCS#12 file.

       -D | --delete
              [-i|--uid <user id>] [-u|--username <user name>]
              Delete a user account.  --uid or --username is required.

       -p | --password
              [-i|--uid <user id>] [-u|--username <user name>]
              Change password on a user account.  --uid or --username is required.

       -h | --help
              [<mode>]
              Show a help screen.  Without any arguments, all modes are listed.  Providing a mode
              will show more information about the chosen mode.

SEE ALSO

       eurephiadm(7), eurephiadm-certs(7)

AUTHOR

       Copyright (C) 2008-2010  David Sommerseth <dazo@users.sourceforge.net>