The Linux operating system makes use of group accounts to control access to key components, including files and directories. In this chapter, you learned how to manage these group accounts. This included how to create, modify, and delete group accounts, as well as how to use special group account features such as User Private Groups and group administrators.
UID, user ID
GID, group ID
UPG, User Private Group
Every user is a member of at least _____ group(s).
Which of the following commands will display the groups that the user nick is a member of?
Which files are used to store group information?
Special groups are groups with GID numbers typically under the numeric value of _____.
If the system is using UPG, the group name of the user account named jake should be _____.