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Authored by: gommino_2000 on Oct 15, '03 04:04:58PM

The command I have supplied merely sets the group to 'staff'. It does not alter the permissions in any way at all. To do that you use the 'chmod' command. Also, the 'staff' group is the group that all users, whether admin or normal, are in. Admin users are also added to the 'admin' group.


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