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Managing Groups in Linux is relatively simple. It’s important to realize Linux users, groups and permissions are much simpler than in Windows Server.

Group Configuration File

sudo vim /etc/group – opens Group configuration file in read only mode (:q to quit)
Add Group

sudo addgroup GROUPNAME – adds group
Delete Group

sudo delgroup GROUPNAME – deletes group
Add Users to Group

sudo adduser USERNAME GROUPNAME – adds user to group
Delete Users from Group

sudo deluser USERNAME GROUPNAME – deletes user from group

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gaming with anish

May 2, 2020

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Tejas Goyal

May 2, 2020

can someone help. who is a group owner? how to change the ownership ?

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Tejas Goyal

May 2, 2020

Hello! Do we need to make the users account first before adding or adduser can automatically create an instance of the user? Thanks

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Billys

May 2, 2020

Hey mister Eli!I comment for the first time and i want to say a big thank you for your videos,keep going.I admire you ,your passion and your work..I also want to say something about sudo adduser ralph testgroup.In my system didnt work so i typed sudo usermod ralph -G testgroup.Greetings from Greece!! 🙂

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ierosgr

May 2, 2020

Nice videos as always. Is there a way to continue this series and make an equivalent of Windows AD, or go with the extra features Zentyal has but you install them one by one in your server?
Thank you.

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M S

May 2, 2020

You going to livestream the Apple event? 🙂 Sorry, it was just too funny. You know you could probably do it as long as it only consists of you responding to what’s being talked about and isn’t a rebroadcast audio or visual. You’re opinions of it are usually pretty spot on, and funny. But Apple doesn’t like to hear the truth.

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Louis Rossmann

May 2, 2020

I started learning wing chun. You would laugh watching me practice, I am such a noob. 🙁

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AutoGRAPH100

May 2, 2020

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Revaz Zhvania

May 2, 2020

Lm tell you something. You are one of the most important people on the YouTube when it comes to IT.
What's also really important is that you actually know stuff and provide knowledge without any bullshit and give way more realistic views than anyone else. I have been watching your videos for a very long time and it does not matter how old they are , they still provide the best/easiest/appropriate knowledge even today. I am super glad you started this Linux tutorials.
I don't really have nothing to offer except good wine and vodka my family makes haha. If there is any way I can send them to you, I would be super glad.
I dont know if you see this but, thank you a lot, because soon I will get a job by these videos.

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Electrowave

May 2, 2020

These Linux videos are great, thanks 🙂 Not sure about VIM though, I've gotten used to nano. Maybe I'll give VIM another go when I get some moments to spare. I do enjoy the command line/terminal, especially when I'm trying out an unfamiliar distro and can't find something in the GUI.

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karthi balaji

May 2, 2020

Hey how have you been man!. It's been a long time to see you again 🙂

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D3R4NG3D G4M3R

May 2, 2020

You've been around a long time Eli. I'm suprised you didn't touch up on this yet.

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Vent Malupet

May 2, 2020

I didn't subscribe this

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king margie

May 2, 2020

Morning

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rcald2000

May 2, 2020

Good morning everyone.

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The Golden Radio

May 2, 2020

🤳🏽

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