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how to create a user _Dictionary on linux

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I need to create a user dictionalry file _Dictionary no linux how do I do that?
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by:savone
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I ham now sure exactly what your asking, but I am assuming you are talking about the words file.  What flavor of Linux are you using?

On Red Hat, CentOS, Fedora, etc... You can install words like so:

yum install words

then the dictionary, or words file will be located here:

/usr/share/dict/words
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pcomb earned 0 total points
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its no tthe stand dict thats the problem its the user one. OI believe I can just create an empty file
thanks
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by:pcomb
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I solved the issue
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