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Change default number of users in a group
I am new to Linux administration, and I have the following question about group, please help me to understand.
I’m using centos 6.5, and at first I had only 1 Linux user in my /home/xx directory. Then I saw some questions on stackoverflow(quite many) to add more users to Linux, so I ran the following command:
useradd -g root -m -s /bin/bash user2
Now I did it for two users (user2 and user3). I can understand the use of the -g root, but I don’t really know what user2 and user3 is. Could anyone please help me to understand?
When I run the groups command, it lists user2 and user3 as just ‘root’.
useradd -u root -g root -G adm,dialout,www-data,lp,sudo,audio,video user2
The -g flag tells the user to be created a new group (that is the default), -u root means adding the user as the primary user of the system