What are the default Linux accounts?
|adm||General system administration|
|bin||Owns executable files|
What is Linux standard user? Regular users have the necessary privileges to perform standard tasks on a Linux computer such as running word processors, databases, and Web browsers. They can store files in their own home directories.
What are user accounts in Linux? User accounts provide interactive access to the system for users and groups of users. General users are typically assigned to these accounts and usually have limited access to critical system files and directories. Unix supports a concept of Group Account which logically groups a number of accounts.
Which account is created by default on Linux installation? It is created for system admin account called root and the password you entered during installation is for root user.