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  1. Understanding /etc/passwd File Format – nixCraft

    • The /etc/passwd contains one entry per line for each user (or user account) of the system. All fields are separated by a colon (:) symbol. Total seven fields as follows.


  2. etc/passwd — Википедия

    (перенаправлено с «Etc/passwd»). /etc/passwd (от англ. password — пароль) — файл, содержащий в текстовом формате список пользовательских учётных записей (аккаунтов). Является первым и основным источником информации о правах пользователя операционной...


  3. passwd - Wikipedia

    passwd is a tool on most Unix and Unix-like operating systems used to change a user's password. The password entered by the user is run through a key derivation function to create a hashed version of the new password, which is saved.


  4. passwd(5): password file - Linux man page

    • If the encrypted password in /etc/passwd is "*NP*" (without the quotes), the shadow record should be obtained from an NIS+ server.


  5. The /etc/passwd file, by The Linux Information Project (LINFO)

    • Each line in /etc/passwd represents a single user. The first listed is the root (i.e., administrative) account, which has complete power over every aspect of the system.


  6. Using the /etc/passwd file

    • The password filed in /etc/passwd is used by AIX to signify if there is a password or whether the account is blocked.


  7. Understanding /etc/shadow file – nixCraft

    • It contains one entry per line for each user listed in /etc/passwd file Generally, shadow file entry looks as follows (click to enlarge image)


  8. etc/passwd File Format in Linux Explained ~ Your Own Linux..!

    • /etc/passwd file is one of the most important files as it possess all the necessary details about every account in the Linux system.


  9. Linux Password & Shadow File Formats

    • Traditional Unix systems keep user account information, including one-way encrypted passwords, in a text file called ``/etc/passwd''.


  10. login - I deleted the "/etc/passwd" file and cannot log in - Ask Ubuntu

    • No, given your description, you did not lose any of your files (except /etc/passwd, which you deleted, but which you had backed up).