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groupadd(8)                                                        groupadd(8)

       groupadd - create a new group entry

       groupadd  [-D  binddn]  [-P  path]  [-g gid [-o]] [-p password] [--pre-
       ferred-gid gid]
               [-r] [--service service] [--help] [--usage] [-v] group

       groupadd  creates  a  new group entry using the values specified on the
       command line. Depending on the command line options the new entry  will
       be added to the system files or LDAP database.

       The  group name must begin with an alphabetic character and the rest of
       the string should be from the POSIX portable  character  class  ([A-Za-

       -g, --gid gid
              Force  the  new group ID to be the given number. This value must
              be positive and unique. The default is to use the first free  ID
              after  the  greatest used one. The range from which the group ID
              is chosen can be specified in /etc/login.defs.

       --preferred-gid gid
              Set the new group ID to the specified value if possible. If that
              value  is  already  in  use  the first free ID will be chosen as
              described above.

       -o, --non-unique
              Allow duplicate (non-unique) group IDs.

       -p, --password password
              Encrypted password as returned by crypt(3) for the new  account.
              The default is to disable the account.

       -r, --system
              Create  a  system  group. A system group is an entry with an GID
              between  SYSTEM_GID_MIN  and  SYSTEM_GID_MAX   as   defined   in
              /etc/login.defs, if no GID is specified.

       --service service
              Add  the group to a special directory. The default is files, but
              ldap is also valid.

       -D, --binddn binddn
              Use the Distinguished Name binddn to bind to the LDAP directory.
              The  user will be prompted for a password for simple authentica-

       -P, --path path
              The group file is located below the  specified  directory  path.
              groupadd will use this files,  not /etc/group.

       --help Print a list of valid options with a short description.

              Print a short list of valid options.

       -v, --version
              Print the version number and exit.

       /etc/group - group account information

       login.defs(5), group(5), groupdel(8), groupmod(8)

       Thorsten Kukuk <kukuk@suse.de>

pwdutils                         December 2003                     groupadd(8)

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