linux -> add user to group
add user to group
# official, cross distribution (tested with suse12, centos7, debian8)
usermod -a -G GROUPNAME USERNAME
usermod -a -G wheel user; # add user „user“ to group „wheel“ in order to allow user to use sudo
usermod -a -G sudo user; # allows user bob to run processes with root-privileges temporarily
# debian8 only
adduser username group; # add username to the group
adduser user lpadmin; # adds the user "user" to the group "lpadmin" (if cups installed allows the user to add/delete printers)
User will have to re-login to active changes!
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