How to find and change a user’s UID on Linux? Posted on Mar 24, 2018 by Eric Ma In QAHow to find and change a user’s UID on Linux? Find the UID of a user:id -u $USER_NAME Change a user’s UID:# usermod -u $NEW_UID $USER_NAME Read more:How to move all the files under Users for a user to another drive on Windows? How to allow non-root users on Linux to mount and unmount disks? How to exclude users from GDM login screen? Howto for New Git Users Essential Gnome Shell Extensions for Gnome 3 Users Free VPNs for iPhone Users: OpenVPN + Ovpn Spider How to change my Linux password How to change a user’s username on Linux?