rotate-linux-password - Man Page
rotates the password of a Linux user account
The rotate-linux-password is used to rotate the password of a Linux user account. This script takes one option which is used to specify the username whose password should be rotated. If the username option is not provided, the script will exit with an error message.
Specify the username whose password should be rotated.
To use this script, execute the following command: rotate-linux-password <username>
To rotate the password for user "jdoe", use the following command: rotate-linux-password jdoe
Salman Butt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Report bugs to https://github.com/cn137/painless-password-rotation/issues.
Copyright (c) 2023 Salman Butt.
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