my user don't have admin permission and i do not want to give admin permission to them.
how give permission that they see log and reset and change config in apache?
is there apache admin group that ...
When I run cat /etc/group on Ubuntu 18.04, I get this output:
I am new to Linux, using Ubuntu 18.04.
I am learning about user management commands.
I am experimenting with creating and deleting users.
When I created "user1" a new group "user1" is created.
When I ...
I appear to be having issues with group membership for the single user on my Ubuntu laptop. I found this initially when trying to access a USB stick and finding I was getting access denied. I checked ...
m@m-VirtualBox:~$ mkdir -m 0755 bsk1
drwxr-xr-x 2 m m 4096 oct 9 13:38 bsk1
m@m-VirtualBox:~$ getfacl bsk1
# file: bsk1
# owner: m
# group: m
This is a follow-up question to Why is a user not a member of their private group (UPG)? although the first question isn't really necessary to understand this one.
The command id seems pretty clear......
I downloaded the current iso file of Ubuntu MATE from the website.
I did a completely fresh install of Ubuntu MATE 16.04 (specifically 16.04.5).
the same is true for Ubuntu MATE 18.04 (specifically ...
I am seeing a weird issue with my laptop installed with Ubuntu. When I log in and enter a terminal, I am missing groups:
If I explicitly specify the username, I see all the groups:
I am using Ubuntu 18.04. I accidentally removed the sudo group. Is there any way to recover from this? I still have access to the root account. I tried to add the sudo group again with the root user, ...
Very weird situation - after Xorg crash, now every time when I login into Unity, my user account doesn't have it's system groups like adm, sudo, plugdev, fuse etc. But when I login on ...
After the apt-get update and apt-get upgrade run few days ago, user groups are not applied properly to the currently logged-in user.
I can see all the groups being properly saved in the /etc/passwd ...
So I have two users on my Ubuntu Machine 1.) vishal 2.) cuckoo
I installed VirtualBox by logging in as Cuckoo user. But now I am logging in as vishal user and then from terminal I am becoming cuckoo ...
I'm running Ubuntu 16.04.4 LTS and facing a problem.
All of a sudden I'm unable to edit files that I could before, I cannot run programs due to permission errors.
I'm always logged in as a user ejaz ...
I have a few scripts that use groupmems to view and modify what users are in a group.
The script runs as root. In Ubuntu 18, it has started to ask for a password, even thou I run as root:
I want to create a user, allocate a home directory to the user and restrict their rwx permissions such that they can only stay/view the home directory. I want to hide /etc/apache2 and /var/www mainly.
Suppose I have this situation (user : groups):
userA : groupA all mix1
userB : groupB all mix1
userC : groupC all mix2
userD : groupD all
Suppose I have read access to "folderX" to user "userA" and ...
We moved up from a 3.x NT-type Samba server and built a new AD server using the SambaWiki, methodically making sure each step and test worked correctly. It's fine in administrator or Domain Admin mode,...
Does anyone have any idea on a way to lock Gsettings Schemas, so that they can't be overwritten, but only lock them for members of a certain group, so that members of said group can't overwrite the ...