How to change primary group during the linux login?

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  1. sleepy_11

    sleepy_11 New Member

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    In my work env, the default primary group is not the correct  one. I usually change it with "newgrp" as soon as i logged in the  system,SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 (x86_64).

    Since "newgrp" will launch a new shell, such thing could not be done in the shell rc file.

    Also it can't be udpate with "usermod" since my account isn't a local account.


    Is there a way to accomplish it during the login, like adding some alternative command in the shell rc file?

    Thanks in adv.

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