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Old 10th October 2017, 08:46 PM
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I like to know meaning of groups in Linux


After 1 year & few months of being Linuxer on Fedora, I feel myself ready now to go more deep in Linux. A step in this road, is the knowledge of meaning of groups already existing on Linux Fedora. I mean the following:

Go to system setting, under administration select "Users & Groups". In "Group" tab, there are many groups ... I need to know what each of them mean? & what the result of adding user to each of them or removing it from any of them?

Is there a document or link explain them?

Fedora 26 X64 bit Cinnamon edition on Lenovo ThinkPad e550 with Intel core i7 5500 CPU @ 2.40 GH X 2, RAM = 8 GB, HHD = 1 TB, Hybrid VGA (Intel Corporation HD Graphic 5500 + Radeon R7 M265 2GB)
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