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CPU(8)			    System Manager's Manual			CPU(8)

NAME
       cpu - A tool for	user and group administration

SYNOPSIS
       cpu [OPTIONS]

DESCRIPTION
       CPU  is	a  tool	 for  user administration, that	was initially based on
       FreeBSD's pw(8).	This tool will	allow  you  to	administer  users  and
       groups  on several different backends currently including LDAP and flat
       files. Please see the website http://cpu.sourceforge.net	for  more  in-
       formation, or help improve the man page.

OPTIONS
       There  are  two	kinds  of options; options for CPU and options for CPU
       modules.	 There are only	four options for CPU, they are as follows:

       -C configfile, --config configfile
	      The configuration	file to	be used	by CPU.	The  options  in  this
	      file are used for	CPU modules.

       -h, --help
	      Display  help  for  CPU. If specified in conjunction with	the -m
	      option the help for that particular module is displayed.

       -M method, --method=method
	      This is the method of administration. Current options  are  ldap
	      or  passwd (passwd is not	yet working). This can be specified in
	      the configuration	file.

       -V, --version
	      Display the version of the software.

SEE ALSO
       cpu.conf(5) cpu-ldap(8)

AUTHORS
       Blake Matheny <bmatheny@purdue.edu>

       The  current  version  of  this	software   is	always	 availabe   at
       http://cpu.sourceforge.net

BUGS
       To report a bug or problem, please e-mail:

       cpu-users@lists.sourceforge.net

TODO
       See  TODO file that accompanied software. Please	e-mail us with any ad-
       ditional	suggestions.

			       17 February 2003				CPU(8)

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