Can you please assist why the ID is assigned to a group named everyone?
# id entitlement uid=315(entitlement) gid=200(everyone) groups=200(everyone)
Below commands do not return anything:
# cat /etc/group | grep everyone # cat /etc/group | grep 200
No NIS is configured, so
ypcat is not available.
I tried doing it to another group but this time it is failing.
# usermod -g 201 entitlement usermod: group '201' does not exist
I am trying to search but can't find any feature of Linux that does this.
Here is the content of my
passwd: files sss shadow: files sss group: files sss
getent found the everyone group, not sure where I am able to get this from sss. is there a command I can confirm where from sss this group is?