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debian:~# tail -1 /etc/group testing:x:1001: debian:~# groupmod -n jblogs testing debian:~# tail -1 /etc/group jblogs:x:1001: groups SYNTAX: groups [username] This simple command displays what groups a user is a member of. It takes the username of user as a parameter. If no username is given, it defaults to the current user. debian:~# groups root

How to Create a user in Debian Linux using adduser Command By default corresponding group with the same name will be created for the new user. An Entry will be added to the /etc/passwd file containing user information. Example : Add new user in Debian using adduser Command. adduser admin. Add new user to the Debian System called admin. Home Directory of the admin user will be /home/admin.

Feb 19, 2019 · Add the user to the sudo group By default on Debian systems, members of the group sudo are granted with sudo access. To add a user to the sudo group use the usermod command: usermod -aG sudo username

May 14, 2018 How to Add LDAP Users and Groups in OpenLDAP on Linux To add an existing user to a group, we should still create an ldif file. First, create an ldif file. In this example, I am adding the user adam to the dbagrp (group id: 678) # cat file1.ldif dn: cn=dbagrp,ou=groups,dc=tgs,dc=com changetype: modify add: memberuid memberuid: adam Add an User to an existing Group using ldapmodify. To add an user Debian -- Details of package adduser in jessie add and remove users and groups. This package includes the 'adduser' and 'deluser' commands for creating and removing users. - 'adduser' creates new users and groups and adds existing users to existing groups; - 'deluser' removes users and groups and removes users from a given group.