@martijnbraam make an alias. User create or something that points to the correct script. Saved me loads of times
@martijnbraam for those either use ansible to do it for you. Or first use the man pages. (I used to do that when fixing a broken install during my school years)
@Lofenyy most systems I've used have both, useradd only creates the account in /etc/passwd by default, adduser is a wrapper that creates a homedir, copies skel, sets the extra user fields and sets a password.
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