>my Operating Sys is SCO
>i got a suituation where i have users - usr1, usr2, usr3 and usr4
>and groups - mastergroup, grp1, grp2
>usr1 and usr2 belong to mastergroup
>usr3 belongs to grp1 and
>usr4 belongs to grp2
>i want every user in mastergroup to be able to access contents owned by grp1
>So instead of placing all the users from mastergroup to grp1 and grp2
>is it possible to place a group in a group (ie mastergroup in grp1 and
>rp2 ) ?
>or is there another way to do this?
The only way is to list all members of the master group as
members of all three groups.
A user can belong to multiple groups. The particular number
allowed differs between systems. The primary or login
group is used as the group owner of files they create but
they can read and write the ones from other groups they
Unix has security which has been tested by conniving, unscrupulous
college students over generations.