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Changing passwords in Linux Systems

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Is there any specific tool or utility I can use to change  admin passwords for many  Linux (Suse Linux 11) quickly.
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On SUSE you have Yast where there is a tool where you can change passwords. Otherwise just open a terminal and there you have the passwd tool.
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Thanks for your prompt response.    Is there any way I can change admin passwords for multiple Linux at the same time.  We do not have Windows domain env.   We are into Novell.
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I don't have any current Netware version, but if you have setup directory services (Netware's NDS?), you should be able to change the passwords through that.
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