I seem to remember at my old company having groups inside of groups,
at least for NIS.
My new company isn't using NIS. I don't really have a test machine
I can play with, so I'm hoping that someone out there can answer
this for me: can I have groups within groups in /etc/group?
Will group c have user1,user2,user3,user4,user5?
(I assume the duplication of user1 will not cause it to be added twice)
(don't send big files here, write me for another address) ._o
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