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Re: the point of user groups?

also sprach Cameron Hutchison <camh+dl@xdna.net> [2004.12.14.0207 +0100]:
> If a user is to have a 002 umask, then their personal files will
> also be group writable by default. If all users are in the same
> group (users), then they will be able to modify each other's
> personal files. By giving each user their own group, this issue is
> resolved.

This is by far the best explanation I have ever heard. Thank you
very much.

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