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All you need to know about User Management in Linux

A group is a set of users to whom a name is assigned. For example, group of ‘students’, ’employees’, ‘actors’, ‘developers’. A user can be part of one or multiple groups. In unix, all users are part of at least one group, called the user’s primary group. – /etc/passwd file :- In unix you will […]

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