GNU/Linux Command – GROUPMOD

groupmod — Modify a group
 
Summary:
The groupmod command modifies the system account files to reflect the changes that are specified on the command line.
 
Example:
# groupmod -g 600 mygrp -- Change the mygrp Group ID to 600.  # groupmod -n mygrp1 mygrp -- Change the mygrp name to mygrp1.
Group informations are stored in /etc/group files.
 
Read: man groupmod

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