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lchage

Section: Maintenance Commands (8) Updated: Jan 12 2005
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NAME

lchage - Display or change user password policy

 

SYNOPSIS

lchage [OPTION]... user

 

DESCRIPTION

Displays or allows changing password policy of user.

 

OPTIONS

-d, --date=days
Set the date of last password change to days after Jan 1 1970.

-E, --expire=days
Set the account expiration date to days after Jan 1 1970. Set days to -1 to disable account expiration.

-i, --interactive
Ask all questions when connecting to the user database, even if default answers are set up in libuser configuration.

-I, --inactive=days
Disable the account after days after password expires (after the user user is required to change the password).

-l, --list
Only list current user's policy and make no changes.

-m, --mindays=days
Require at least days days between password changes. Set days to 0 to disable this checking.

-M, --maxdays=days
Require changing the password after days since last password change. Set days to 99999 to disable this checking.

-W, --warndays=days
Start warning the user days before password expires (before the user is required to change the password).

 

EXIT STATUS

The exit status is 0 on success, nonzero on error.


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
EXIT STATUS

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