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for all you unix/linux interested heres an online book for free that covers the basics of BSD SysV Unix commands and applications . giving the average linux user a perspective on the differences in context of the two operating systems and for BSD users covers material as a refernce guide.

Name: Illustrated Unix SystemV/BSD Author: Robert Felps
http://duplex.hypermart.net/books/bsd/index.html
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CR_SEEOTHERGIDS(9)					   BSD Kernel Developer's Manual					CR_SEEOTHERGIDS(9)

NAME
cr_seeothergids -- determine visibility of objects given their group memberships SYNOPSIS
int cr_seeothergids(struct ucred *u1, struct ucred *u2); DESCRIPTION
This function determines the visibility of objects in the kernel based on the group IDs in the credentials u1 and u2 associated with them. The visibility of objects is influenced by the sysctl(8) variable security.bsd.see_other_gids. If this variable is non-zero then all objects in the kernel are visible to each other irrespective of their group membership. If this variable is zero then the object with credentials u2 is visible to the object with credentials u1 if either u1 is the super-user credential, or if at least one of u1's group IDs is present in u2's group set. SYSCTL VARIABLES
security.bsd.see_other_gids Must be non-zero if objects with unprivileged credentials are to be able to see each other. RETURN VALUES
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