$ = Regular User, ie, bgates >=)
# = Super User, ie, root.
These are good to know, for most unix type systems AFAIK, including Cisco
As for the power user, hmmm, hard to compare.. This isn't windows. there's
always su, or sudo - same as runas in windows, kinda.
You 'might' wanna add a user to operators, or wheel group(s), but, it's up
to you.. I would do some reading if I were you (no offence, but it's the
best way to start learning/understand how all the pieces fit together). One
excellent book I recommend is 'UNIX System Administration Handbook' the
> why is it that when I add users to the system (OpenBSD 2.9), and they
> they get just a $ instead of the normal prompt? I understand it is a
> shell... but what the heck? None of the commands work or anything! I
> digging through the man pages, but I honestly don't know what I am looking
> for. Also, what group do I want to add users to if I want to create a
> "power user" ( to use the Windows term) for the system? Thanks for the
> Geoff Sweet.