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Operating Systems Solaris make issue when I add some members into a NIS group on solaris 9,please help !! Post 302095823 by RTM on Friday 10th of November 2006 10:22:18 AM
Old 11-10-2006
Do all these bej00xxx accounts belong to develop group in the passwd file? If so, then they don't need to be listed in the group file.

Code:
grep bej00189 passwd
bej00189:2f3wdfsd93r:5001:200:develop account 189:/home/develop:/bin/ksh

So if bej00189's group is 200, which is equal to develop, then don't put that account into the group file under develop.
 
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vipw(8) 						      System Manager's Manual							   vipw(8)

NAME
vipw,vigr - edit the password, group or shadow file SYNOPSIS
vipw [-g|-p|-s] vigr [-g|-p|-s] DESCRIPTION
vipw/vigr edits the passwd,group or shadow file after setting the appropriate locks to prevent file corruption. vipw edits per default the /etc/passwd file, vigr the /etc/group file. Extended attributes (like ACLs or security attributes) are preserved. ENVIRONMENT
EDITOR If the environment variable exists, the editor specified by this variable is used instead of the default vi(1). OPTIONS
-g, --group Edit /etc/group. -p, --passwd Edit /etc/passwd. -s, --shadow Edit /etc/shadow. -u, --usage Print a usage message and exit. --help Print a more verbose help text and exit. Print version information and exit. FILES
/etc/group - group account information /etc/passwd - user account information /etc/shadow - shadow account information SEE ALSO
attr(5), passwd(1), passwd(5), shadow(5), vi(1) AUTHOR
Thorsten Kukuk <kukuk@suse.de> pwdutils October 2003 vipw(8)

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