For effective management of files, Linux decided to categorize authorization in two levels, which distinguishes how users of the system access files and directories. These two categories are ownership and permissions.Every file created in the system is assigned to three types of owners; the user, group, and others. A
INTRODUCTIONManaging local group accounts involves creating, modifying, deleting a group and as well as displaying information about a group. You can also perform other operations...