Updating password parameter
No passwords will be echoed on the screen whilst being typed.
If you have a blank SMB password (specified by the string "NO PASSWORD" in the smbpasswd file) then just press the options below.
The first variant of this command listed in the synopsis changes certain per-user privileges and authentication settings. Only a database superuser can rename user accounts. (Connect as a different user if you need to do that.) Because password.(See below for details.) Database superusers can change any of these settings for any user. The third and the fourth variant change a user's session default for a specified configuration variable.Whenever the user subsequently starts a new session, the specified value becomes the session default, overriding whatever setting is present in clause defines an expiration time for a password only, not for the user account per se.In particular, the expiration time is not enforced when logging in using a non-password-based authentication method.
It is also possible to tie a session default to a specific database rather than to a user; see ALTER DATABASE.When run by root, smbpasswd allows new users to be added and deleted in the smbpasswd file, as well as allows changes to the attributes of the user in this file to be made. This option is ignored if the username following already exists in the smbpasswd file and it is treated like a regular change password command.