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Re: [K12OSN] print usernames and passwords



Sorry, I meant to say... export the usernames and passwords to a
spreadsheet.  Typing them in one at a time into a spreadsheet is a
drag!

>>> "Terrell Prudé Jr." <microman cmosnetworks com> 10/9/2008 11:59:18
am >>>
You bet.  It's called an OpenOffice.org spreadsheet.  Just enter the 
info into a two-column spreadsheet, and boom, you're done.

Sometimes the easiest way actually is the "less sexy" way.  :-)

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Will Hatch wrote:
> I do assign them, by student id#.  It has worked out well, and most
of the kids have them memorized already.  I just was wondering if there
was a way to list and print them, for my substitute folder.  Thanks for
the help everyone. -Will
>
>   
>>>> "David Trask" <dtrask vcsvikings org> 10/9/2008 10:51 am >>>
>>>>         
> I'm with Huck.  We assign our passwords....this makes password
management
> with kids a whole lot easier.  Less forgotten passwords....and so
forth. 
> TOO much time is wasted with username and pw issues in that manner,
when
> we moved to assigning passwords a few years ago (from having the kids
do
> their own)....we saw a HUGE drop in the amount of username/pw issues
("I
> forgot my password").  also...having a static list allows you to
easily
> use the same username and passwords in other places/scenarios  (plus
you
> also get to make "secure" passwords....not things like the name of
their
> dog)
>
> "Support list for open source software in schools."
<k12osn redhat com>
> writes:
>   
>> 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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