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hay dear users i want to know how to configure users like in linuxconf in redhat7.3 but in redhat9 there is gconf who to run this and any good administartion tool like active directory in windows and any good GUI mailserver to run with sendmail to control with it.
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I would recommend webmin - it can do everything linuxconf could do and more.
www.webmin.org
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Actually that  page seems to have changed hands :)
Try www.webmin.com
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Linux isnt windows Learn the way of the command line and youll never look back :-)

adduser -g group -d /path/to/home -c "comment" username

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