Provided by: oddjob-mkhomedir_0.34.7-1_amd64
oddjobd-mkhomedir.conf - allow limited use of the mkhomedir functions
The /etc/oddjobd.conf.d/oddjobd-mkhomedir.conf is typically processed along with other files in the /etc/oddjobd.conf.d directory. The mkhomedir helper itself accepts these options: -q Refrain from outputting the usual "Creating home directory..." message when it creates a home directory. -n Only create the home directory; do not populate it using the contents of the skeleton directory. -s Override the location of the skeleton directory (by default: /etc/skel). -u Specify a umask whose bits are masked off of contents of the skeleton directory while they are copied to the user's new home directory. The default is read from /etc/login.defs by taking HOME_MODE and UMASK values, in this order. First found value persists.