So I'm trying to create a new user account. I typed 'sudo adduser --group --system [user]'. I'm not sure if I needed the --group --system, but I was trying to do this quickly and didn't exactly scour the man page. Then I typed 'sudo passwd [user]' to set the password.
I just upgraded from 12.04 to 12.10 and I can't create a second user account. System Settings > User Accounts does not ask for a password when creating an account, so a user gets added; but the account is disabled.
I created a second user account on my machine, making it a "standard" user account. When I log into that account, most of the panel indicators I've added in my own administrator user account show up here as well -- but not all of them (e.g., the cpufreq indicator shows up in both accounts, but the multiload indicator does not show up in the second account).
I've just created a new user on my server with a fresh homedir and fresh public_html folder but when I check the user's page I get an error. Also logging into the user's account with... [by socialdefect]