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Re: removing a user from a group



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Paul Almquist wrote:

| On Saturday 04 June 2005 12:55, Callahan, Michael wrote:
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|> I've read books, man pages, searched high and low and haven't
|> found a satisfactory answer yet - how does one remove a user or
|> users from a group via the shell?  I don't want to use the GUI
|> tools.  The closest answer I've found is that you use usermod -G
|> and list all of the groups the user should be in; leave out the
|> one you want them removed from and they will be removed from that
|> group.  That works, but I'm thinking there has to be a better
|> way. Is there a better method?
|
| ...
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| gpasswd
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or just edit the /etc/group file, and remove the user from the group.

Greetings
Oliver Leitner
Technical Staff
http://www.shells.at
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