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The PASSWORD command allows you to change your current password.
Your password may be a maximum of 39 characters. Your system
administrator may set a minimum password length.
It asks you to confirm the change by typing your new password
again. If the two (new password and verification) do not match,
the password is unaltered. Neither old password, new password,
nor the verification echoes on the terminal. The command prompts
you for all input.
Leaves your terminal at monitor level when all required
information is supplied.
Destroys your core image.
This is an example of a successful password change.
You will then be prompted as follows: (Remember, what you type
is not echoed on the terminal.)
New password: <RET>