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Re: [K12OSN] print usernames and passwords



I can live without doing this, but it would be easier.  I'm the tech-teacher at a elementary school, and I only want to do this for someone who substitutes for me.  We make up a sub-folder with lesson plans etc..  I figured it would be easier to have it on paper than to try and explain to someone how to get into the users and groups area.  

>>> Huck <dhuckaby paasda org> 10/8/2008 10:58 am >>>
you could always try and brute-force them... but is it really worth the 
time and effort? or you assign them...and disable the ability for users 
to change them.(that's the old school way)

--Huck

Patrick Fleming wrote:
> If you are talking about the users on k12ltsp system then I would say
> no. The user names are kept in /etc/passwd and passwords are stored in
> /etc/shadow as a hash.
> 
> Will Hatch wrote:
>> Is it possible to print a list of usernames and passwords?  It would
>> be great to export it as a cvs file and put it into a spreadsheet.
>>
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