On 09/02/2016 03:15 PM, Lukas Slebodnik wrote:
On (24/08/16 11:42), Orion Poplawski wrote:
While that is definitely *a* convention, it's not the one we've used which
puts users by default in shared groups (nwra, visitors, etc).  For example:

uid=2941(user) gid=1991(nwra)

The user "user" should be a member "nwra" group.
If no then you have other issues.

Why does it matter whether it is a primary group or no?

LS


Because that is the default group ownership of files created by the user. Yes, they can change it, and yes you can use setgid directories, but it is the default.

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