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Excerpt from:   BusyBox manual   >>   adduser command

adduser [OPTIONS] user_name
Add a user
        -h DIR          Home directory
        -g GECOS        GECOS field
        -s SHELL        Login shell
        -G GRP          Add user to existing group
        -S              Create a system user
        -D              Do not assign a password
        -H              Do not create home directory
        -u UID          User id

Excerpt from:   BusyBox source   >>   adduser command   -   Last update: 2023-12-07 04:55 GMT.

    adduser [OPTIONS] USER [GROUP]

Create new user, or add USER to GROUP

        -h DIR                Home directory
        -g GECOS        GECOS field
        -s SHELL        Login shell
        -G GRP                Group
        -S                Create a system user
        -D                Don't assign a password
        -H                Don't create home directory
        -u UID                User id
        -k SKEL                Skeleton directory (/etc/skel)

Note that some options may not be compiled in. If Usage: is shown multiple times these are compile options.


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Excerpt from:   BusyBox manual   >>   adduser command   -   Last update: 2009-10-02 09:23 GMT.


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The path <bb> means the applet could be located in the busybox binary and could be called busybox adduser.
If a path is shown and no <bb> marker, then this is a dead link to a missing applet.

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FRITZ!Box 7520 v2 (arm) /bin, <bb> Link
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