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lgroupmod(1)									     lgroupmod(1)

NAME
       lgroupmod - Modify an user group

SYNOPSIS
       lgroupmod [OPTION]... group

DESCRIPTION
       Modifies the user group with name group.

OPTIONS
       -A, --admin-add=list
	      Add users in comma-separated list among group's administrators.

       -a, --admin-remove=list
	      Remove  users  in comma-separated list from group's administrators.  Removing users
	      that are not currently among group's administrators silently succeeds.

       -g, --gid=gid
	      Change group's group ID to gid.

       -i, --interactive
	      Ask all questions when connecting to the user database, even if default answers are
	      set up in libuser configuration.

       -L, --lock
	      Lock  group.   This  prevents users from using the group password with newgrp(1) to
	      become a member of group.

       -M, --member-add=list
	      Add users in comma-separated list among group's members.

       -m, --member-remove=list
	      Remove users in comma-separated list from group's members.  Removing users that are
	      not currently among group's members silently succeeds.

       -n, --name=name
	      Rename group to name.

       -P, --plainpassword=password
	      Set  group's password to password.  Note that the password can be viewed while run-
	      ning lgroupmod using tools such as ps(1).

       -p, --password=encrypted
	      Set group's password to the password represented by the hash encrypted.  Note  that
	      the hash can be viewed while running lgroupmod using tools such as ps(1).

       -U, --unlock
	      Unlock group.

EXIT STATUS
       The exit status is 0 on success, nonzero on error.

libuser 				   Jan 11 2005				     lgroupmod(1)
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