BSD 2.11 - man page for chgrp (bsd section 1)
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chgrp - change group
chgrp [ -f -R ] group file ...
Chgrp changes the group-ID of the files to group. The group may be either a decimal GID
or a group name found in the group-ID file.
The user invoking chgrp must belong to the specified group and be the owner of the file,
or be the super-user.
No errors are reported when the -f (force) option is given.
When the -R option is given, chgrp recursively descends its directory arguments setting
the specified group-ID. When symbolic links are encountered, their group is changed, but
they are not traversed.
chown(2), passwd(5), group(5)
4.2 Berkeley Distribution May 22, 1986 CHGRP(1)
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