mc adm cdrom sudo dip plugdev lpadmin sambashare shared
mc@Lubuntu1:~$ groups mc
mc : mc adm cdrom sudo dip plugdev lpadmin sambashare shared common
See the difference? I cannot understand why the group "common" does not appear with the first command. Perhaps someone more experienced than me with linux/ubuntu knows why this is happening? Thanks in advance for any help.
@manuelcaeiro , ok, second lists the groups where mc is in. man groups: Print group memberships for each USERNAME or, if no USERNAME is specified, for the current process (which may differ if the groups database has changed).
Why is it that users always have simular issues with \*ubuntu systems? The first time I looked at it was due to users that where not able to control their audio cards. What follows was always a permission issue. To be honest I have never seen such basic issues in other distro's