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1. UNIX for Beginners Questions & Answers
I believe there are two methods of adding a user to a group. using usermod and gpasswd. but most of the time we tent to use user mod. does there any difference between these two methods ....
gpasswd -a geek admins
usermod -a -G admins geek
both code add user geek to a group admin (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: lobsang
2. Red Hat
In the following output you can see the the user "richard" is a member on the team/group "developers":
# id richard
uid=10247(richard) gid=100361(developers) groups=100361(developers),10053(testers)
but in the following details of the said group (developers), the said user... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: indiansoil
3. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I have my new Unix machine setup. Its just have one user root.
I need to create a new user and add it to a group. I want this user to have privileges as root(run all command).
I know i need to use useradd command for this.My question is:
1) To which group i should add my user? DO i need... (2 Replies)
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I have a 2 node Cluster. Which is working in active/passive mode (i.e Node#1 is running and when it goes down the Node#2 takes over)
Now there's this requirement that we need a mount point say /test that should be available in active node #1 and when node #1 goes down and node#2 takes... (6 Replies)
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5. Shell Programming and Scripting
If a user is already created on a server, how do you add them to another group?
The useradd command? If so then would that duplicate the user account on the server?
Bigben (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: bigben1220
I have a existing user user1 its group id dba
i have created a new user named: uta and added to group dba
my task for creating uta ( to ftp solaris server from /oracle/pcmia/dry1 & oracle/pcmia/dry2 and get some rdf ( database patch) and saved in one windows folder named d:\patch... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: saurabh84g
I have a group called "media" which has a 7 access to a directory with the same name, my username was not included in that group, after vimming /etc/group and adding myself to it, I notice that that group is not defined as one of my groups (by issuing the "groups" command). I know that if... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: sirbijan
How can I add a user to a specific group without using SAM? I know I can user modprpw -G, but that will overwrite any groups the user is in with the ones I specify.
I need to assume that I do not know what groups the user is already in, so I can't put them in the modprpw command. I just need... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: paqman
9. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Hey everyone, I need a little help....
I need to add my root user to a new group I have created, I'm just alittle unsure how to do this.
I know I need to use the 'useradd' command, the user 'root' needs to be added to a new group called 'beoper' and retain his membership in the following... (7 Replies)
Discussion started by: The Specialist
10. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Now, its been a while since i done this but I had to add a user to a group. I did that by using the usermod command and now when I superuser to the user's account and issue a "id", i get the desired gid.
i mean, output of id indicated the user is assigned to the group i want him to be in. ... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: TRUEST