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The Linux /etc/group file

The /etc/group file stores information about groups. By default, it can be viewed by every user, bot modified only by root. This file is modified by the groupadd or groupmod commands: $ ls -l /etc/group -rw-r–r– 1 root root 1164

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How to create and delete groups in Linux with groupadd and groupdel

Groups are important in Linux systems. In order to have a well secured distro, you will need to set security rules on both users and groups. The information about the groups is stored in /etc/group. How to create groups in

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