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Sounds like one of the groups you don't have in your /etc/group You might have a script, that promps you questions, I know in slackware you can use "$ adduser" ...
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- 11-08-2004 #11
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You might have a script, that promps you questions, I know in slackware you can use "$ adduser" and it promps name, group, pass, etc.
5) Is there a command to find out what groups a user is in? Because I think I am only in the group "users".
I can play games, etc. just fine without being in that group...--monkey
- 11-10-2004 #12Originally Posted by monkey8
2) Dunno why it's called wheel, but it's like the "admin" group on a Linux system. You have to be in wheel to be allowed to su.
3-4) Sudo is much more configureable than you noticed by glancing at the man page. Read it through and you'll see that you can configure very specific settings for each group/user on the system.
5) id user"Time is an illusion. Lunchtime, doubly so."
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