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Jan
27
revised How can I add all my groups to a different user in bash?
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Jan
26
comment How can I add all my groups to a different user in bash?
well crap; there must be something about this system that is goofy; waiting on support ticket
Jan
26
comment How can I add all my groups to a different user in bash?
I answered your question already: yes. The output was a comma separated list of about 12 groups. I'm on CentOS 7. I've got a support ticket in, we'll know shortly
Jan
26
comment How can I add all my groups to a different user in bash?
is there a permission or something that would block me from being able to modify a user's group -- without showing an error?
Jan
26
comment How can I add all my groups to a different user in bash?
yes; when i run sudo usermod -a -G abc,xyz node4 then I check with sudo id node4 I do not see the groups added to the user; this seems odd
Jan
26
revised How can I add all my groups to a different user in bash?
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Jan
26
comment How can I add all my groups to a different user in bash?
@MelBurslan updated my post
Jan
26
revised How can I add all my groups to a different user in bash?
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Jan
26
asked How can I add all my groups to a different user in bash?
Nov
30
accepted __git_ps1 (current branch) in bash prompt is always out of date somehow
Nov
25
asked __git_ps1 (current branch) in bash prompt is always out of date somehow
Nov
6
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Nov
6
accepted how can I stop multiline commands from messing up my cursor position when scrolling through history?
Nov
6
comment how can I stop multiline commands from messing up my cursor position when scrolling through history?
I solved this by using a prompt generator website. Works great. See my edit. You get the answer by default.
Nov
6
revised how can I stop multiline commands from messing up my cursor position when scrolling through history?
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Nov
4
comment how can I stop multiline commands from messing up my cursor position when scrolling through history?
I think you were right. SHOWCOLORHINTS was off but reverting to a more simple prompt fixed the issue. The prompt that I settled on: PS1=' __git_ps1 "\w" " $(date +%H:%M:%S) $ " '
Nov
4
comment how can I stop multiline commands from messing up my cursor position when scrolling through history?
gc is an alias for git commit; does that help?