useradd with -d option do not create skeleton files

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http://serverfault.com – When I create a user with useradd command in centos 5, the home directory is created and its /etc/skel files are copied to that directory but when i give useradd with -doption to some different path to home directory it does not create the skeloton files, like .bachrc, .bash_history etc. If someone can give a hint so I can resolve this problem. Actually I need to execute some specific command .bashrc file but its not there. I created it manually but stil it does not executed that at time of user login. Regards (HowTos)