Questions about: user-management

I am a new Linux user and created couple of groups on server. I need to find out all members of a group called “ftponly”. How do I list all members of a group on Linux or Unix-like systems? The /etc/group file is a text file that defines the groups o
So you’ve maybe been in this situation before – you’re at a post facility, and you’re trying to move a file from one location to another on a server, and you’re prompted for a password. Or instead of moving the file, it copies when all you did was tr
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How to Open "Local Users and Groups" in Windows 7 and Windows 8 Note Here is a brief explanation of what the Users and Groups folders are for. For more detailed information about Local Users and Groups, click on the blue ? on the toolbar in the Local
Answer #: 1 sudo usermod -aG sudo The a is very important. Without it they’ll be removed from all other groups. You will need to either restart your shell/terminal or log out and back in for this to take effect
You can add users at the account, property, or view level. The level at which you add a user determines that user's initial access. For example, if you add a user at the view level, that user belongs to the account, but initially has no permissions a
After I add a user using adduser, I can’t see it via System->Administration->Users and Groups unless I logout and then login again. Is that normal? Also, can I set a newly added user as a sudoer or do I have to change that only after adding it?
Answer #: 1 If you want to extract to a particular destination folder, you can use: unzip file. zip -d destination_folder Answer #: 2 It is simple use unzip unzip file. zip Answer #: 3 A more useful tool is 7z, which zips and unzips a range of compre