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en:changer_de_groupe [2019/05/10 10:33]
David BOUVET
en:changer_de_groupe [2019/05/31 16:17] (current)
Quentin LE BOULC'H
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 modify your actual default throng (experiment) in the IN2P3 user database. Your Unix gid is also modified, but this change will be effected only on your next login. And it will take a while to propagate this mod to all workstations via NIS. So please be patient.\\ modify your actual default throng (experiment) in the IN2P3 user database. Your Unix gid is also modified, but this change will be effected only on your next login. And it will take a while to propagate this mod to all workstations via NIS. So please be patient.\\
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-**The option --temp** added to the **newgroup** command allows to change the group only temporary and only inside the active session where the command was executed, until it is valid. At the closing of the session (logoff), the group change is canceled. If you open a new session, even when the first one is still active, the user will be on its default group and not the second one defined at the change time in the first session.+**The option --temp** added to the **newgroup** command allows to change the group only temporary and only inside the active session where the command was executed, until it is valid. At the closing of the session (logoff), the group change is canceled. If you open a new session, even when the first one is still active, the user will be on its default group and not the second one defined at the change time in the first session. ​The --login option is usually also added in order to load the group login environment:​
 <​code>​ <​code>​
-> newgroup --temp <​groupname>​+> newgroup --temp ​--login ​<​groupname>​
 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
  
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