Users and groups management in Linux – part 1

commands' list: id - Give information about your current user, your user id, group id and the group you are belonged to. If we give it a username then it will give information about this username.For example if I want information about julia ┬áthen I just run id julia $ id julia uid=1001(julia) gid=1001(julia) groups=1001(julia) … Continue reading Users and groups management in Linux – part 1