How do I find out the group name under Linux operating systems using bash shell prompt? How do I display group information for the specified USERNAME under Linux?
I like the way Ubuntu Linux works – all people in admin groups should able to run all commands after running it via sudo “command-name”. How do I setup sudo under CentOS or Red Hat Enterprise Linux to allow all members of the ‘admin’ group to run all commands?
How do I find out group membership for each user? How do I find out which users are in a group called sales?
Q. User tom is a member of a group called sales and printer. I’d like to remove tom from a group called printer without editing any user configuration text files stored at /etc/ directory?
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