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Posted on 1997-06-12
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My SVR4 system runs several programs which need their own group id. I use newgrp for users to be able the different programs.

How van I determine the GID choosen to take actions according?

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by:mlev
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On some systems, `id -g` gives you the answer.
I don't remember whether SVR4's id is "nice" or "dumb".
Even in the latter case, though, you can manipulate the output of "id".
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henrys earned 100 total points
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Try this:

(all on one line, of course)

gid=`/usr/bin/id | cut -d ' ' -f 2 | cut -d '=' -f 2 | sed -e 's/(.*)//'`
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by:jdsmspro
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id -a gives all groups. Otherwise it´s the dumb version.

Thanx1
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