Friday, June 22, 2007

Linux Users and Groups

If there is one thing that all Linux administrators deal with on a regular basis, it is users and groups. If there is one topic that you should know inside and out, it is users and groups. That said, 50 questions intended to test your knowledge of user and group fundamentals at an intermediate level (with answers are at the end of the article) are now posted on UnixReview and can be found at: http://www.unixreview.com/documents/s=10133/ur0706f/ur0706f.htm

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Blogger Coolzajay said...

Linux groups are a mechanism to manage a collection of computer system users. All Linux users have a user ID and a group ID and a unique numerical identification number called a userid (UID) and a groupid (GID) respectively. Groups can be assigned to logically tie users together for a common security, privilege and access purpose.
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