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In the world of Linux (Unix in general), everything is case-sensitive. For example, a file "/bin/ls" is different from file "/bin/Ls". Username "pretty is different from username PreTTy, which are considered as two different usernames. Password "jD2.K@sA" is different from "jd2.k@sa".

System Administrator
Thu Jul 26 11:24:05 HKT 2001