groups(1B) SunOS/BSD Compatibility Package Commands groups(1B)NAME
groups - display a user's group memberships
With no arguments, groups displays the groups to which you belong; else it displays the groups to which the user belongs. Each user
belongs to a group specified in the password file /etc/passwd and possibly to other groups as specified in the file /etc/group. If you do
not own a file but belong to the group which it is owned by then you are granted group access to the file.
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:
| ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE |
|Availability |SUNWscpu |
SEE ALSO getgroups(2), attributes(5)NOTES
This command is obsolete.
SunOS 5.11 14 Sep 1992 groups(1B)
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listusers(1) General Commands Manual listusers(1)NAME
listusers - display user login data
The command displays data concerning user logins. The output shows the user login and the comment field value (for example, user name,
location). The default displays data about all user logins.
The command supports the following options:
Display only users who have
groups, as their primary group. Use with the option.
Display only users who have
groups, as their supplementary group. Use with the option.
Display all users belonging to
groups, sorted by login. A comma separated list specifies multiple groups.
Display the requested
logins. A comma separated list specifies multiple logins.
Display only users belonging to the specified repository,
either for NIS or users.
A user login has a UID of 100 or greater.
When the and options are combined, a user login is only displayed once, even though the login may belong to multiple specified groups.
List all user logins.
List all user logins in the group and the users removing all duplicates.
List all users who have as their primary group.
List all users who have as their supplementary group.
List only local user logins.
List only NIS user logins.
FILES SEE ALSO passwd(1), logins(1M), group(4), passwd(4).
STANDARDS CONFORMANCE listusers(1)
My users and groups have gotten out of control on a lot of my servers. Is their some tool out there that can give me a report on;
2. what groups they are assigned to
3. comment field
4. last login
Something that can pull all this into a nice graphical page for the bosses to look... (7 Replies)
I've been working on a sudoers file to work with groups in LDAP. I've created the groups in LDAP and added the users to there respective groups. I've also setup my sudoers file to have the groups match what is in LDAP. And I've added ldap to nsswitch.conf in the group line. The... (6 Replies)
We have some ranges of number which belongs to particual group as below.
GroupNo StartRange EndRange
Group0125 935300 935399
Group2006 935400 935476
Group0324 935477 935549
... (6 Replies)
How do I remove a user from a group? I'm using the usermod command but its not working.
I have a user "abc" who is a member of the groups root and other. I'm trying to remove him from the group "other" (using CLI) which is his secondary group but it's not working.
How do I do this? Is there any... (11 Replies)
I know when I use id it shows only the primary group information for the given user, and that info comes from passwd file. When I use groups it shows all groups user are member of, however from where come information given by groups command?
grep fmtt3990 /etc/passwd... (6 Replies)
it has 4 groups separated with ' ' or '-'
1. group need to has 1-5 digits
2. group need to has max 7
3. max 6
4. 1 digit or letter 'X'
5 groups separated with ' ' or '-'
1. group - always has 3 digits
2. group same as 1st in isbn10
3. group same as 2nd in isbn10
4.... (6 Replies)
I am a member of a few different user groups.
I would like to see what the difference is....
Can anyone tell me how to look at permissions side by side ?
We are using :
SunOS xxxxxx 5.10 Generic_127111-09 sun4u sparc SUNW,Sun-Fire-V440
Thanks ! (10 Replies)
Could anyone please suggest how we can check in Linux if a user or a group name is already existing? In case of a user the command should also be able to specify the user with a given directory and shell. We can of course check this using a grep command but since that is just a pattern match,... (12 Replies)
I am having trouble with regex capturing groups, For Ex :
I am having a file with
ABC CDLF SFSDFK PRIMARY INDEX(XYZ,DEF,GHI);
XYZ FLJ SDFKLD; PRIMARY INDEX(ABC);
BHI SDKFLFLSFD PRIMARY INDEX (QWE , RTY , LHJ);
My output should be :
BHI ... (10 Replies)
Please consider the following file, I have many groups which can be of 3 types, T1 (Serial_Number 1) T2 (Serial_Number 2) and T1*T2 (all other Serial_Number).
I want to only consider groups that have both T1 and T2 present and their values are different from each other. In the example file,... (8 Replies)
drwxr-x--- 21 root system 4096 Jan 25 10:20 /testdir
here owner is root, group is system.
1) is it possible to add multiple groups to "/testdir" files/directories ?
if yes, please provide me the command.
my requirement is to
provide read-only access to user1 on /testdir... (6 Replies)
OS : SunOS 5.8
I am trying to add a user ad3059 to the following groups,
A B C D ( four groups A,B,C,D)
When i use usermod command and add the user to the above groups,
and go to
> groups ad3059
other C D
It doesnt show A and B groups and shows it as other.Please advice on how... (13 Replies)