Configuring for Adding Users - /etc/default/useradd already exists
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The "Configuring for Adding Users" page says to create /etc/default/useradd, but this is already created by the installation of shadow, and further modified in LFS, and /bin/bash is already specified as the default shell. The text there could potentially be trimmed down to something like:
[1st paragraph describing /etc/default/useradd could be kept as is] /etc/default/useradd is installed by Shadow and customized in LFS to suit our needs. For further customization, type "useradd -D [useradd option]" to change the default settings."