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Hi, I was reading this post and had another related question. What commands would someone use if they wanted to see their group priveledges, like if they were in a ...
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    group priveledges


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    I was reading this post and had another related question. What commands would someone use if they wanted to see their group priveledges, like if they were in a super user group or various groups. Thanks!

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    if a user wants to know in what group he or she is they can run the command `groups`
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