I am trying to get around a permission issue I am having. The only reasonable option (other than ACL) is to add the user that needs access to the system group of the user that has access. Yes, the user that has access was birthed as a system user. Lets assume the GID is 121 and the needy user is
sudo usermod -aG 121 dog it says
121 isn't a group or something of the like; the
ls -al CLEARLY shows that the GID of the directory is 121.
Is this method not possible or am I encountering some interesting problem?