Unix / Linux / Ubuntu Articles

Submit Article
Home » Articles » Unix / Linux / Ubuntu » CommandsRSS Feeds

Add a new group to the system - groupadd

Posted By: Tilly Hughes     Category: Unix / Linux / Ubuntu     Views: 12543

This article explains about groupadd command with an example in unix.

groupadd command is used to add a new group to the system in unix.

Syntax of groupadd Command

groupadd [-g gid] grpup  

Example of groupadd Command

Example 1 : Add the group example to etc/group file with the group iDD 10 

groupadd - g 10 example

Didn't find what you were looking for? Find more on Add a new group to the system - groupadd Or get search suggestion and latest updates.

Tilly Hughes
Tilly Hughes author of Add a new group to the system - groupadd is from London, United Kingdom.
View All Articles


Other Interesting Articles in Unix / Linux / Ubuntu:

Please enter your Comment

  • Comment should be atleast 30 Characters.
  • Please put code inside [Code] your code [/Code].

No Comment Found, Be the First to post comment!