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Wow ... I didn't realize there was a "user" account! You should *definitely*
delete it ! (Just use the editor to delete the user line from /etc/master.passwd,
run update and then reboot, the password database is rebuilt on every boot).
GOOD CATCH ! THANKS !!
The net4501 versions of theWall do not have the "user" account, only the PC
versions. I'm not sure how that happened, I must have picked master.passwd
up from the original PicoBSD sources.
Of the accounts you list only root and user should be able to login, the rest
are disabled. I *believe* the other accounts are needed for proper operation
of the system daemons, but I'm not sure.
The FreeBSD man pages are available on the FreeBSD web site here:
You can logout by typing ctrl-D. The logout command is a csh built-in command,
theWall uses sh which does not have the command.
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