On Aug 21, 2008, at 9:05 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Is there any better way of rebuilding /etc/groups than guessing and
manually adding one-by-one.
Can I somehow list all group IDs used by the file system?
You should start with /usr/src/etc/group, which is the original
version of the groups file.
For each user account added, normally a group is also created with gid
== uid. Once you've got those back, add any users to wheel and so
forth, and then do a "find /usr -nogroup" (check other paths if
needed) to see whether you're missing something, perhaps from ports.
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