Create a list of sequential logins

seq -w 100 | sed 's/^/login/'
This command generates a sequential login list. Good to be used as a source of new logins.

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By: lawrence
2009-10-15 13:56:56

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Hei Laurence This code is complete ?! Cheers Waldirio
Waldirio · 452 weeks and 4 days ago
I think the objective was not clear, Waldirio. This command is for my personal use, because on my job I need to generate sequential logins for many purposes. This command only generates the login list for me.
lawrence · 452 weeks and 4 days ago
Ops. Sorry, I miss the "sed" command. Now it is working.
lawrence · 452 weeks and 4 days ago
:) Working fine. Cheers
Waldirio · 452 weeks and 4 days ago

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