groupmod  command

Posted on 2005-04-13
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Can anyone tell me what this command is used for? I did a man groupmod but it wasnt a very good explanation. Googling groupmod showed unrelated links
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you can change the GID or the name of a group

groupmod -n <new group name> <old group name>


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thanks (again :-D  )
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no probs...I guess I should get back to work, huh? ;)

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