> No, I think the answer there is to do all the same things for "struct
> group" as we do for user.
> Yes, it would mean that the primary group is _really_ primary, but from a
> system management standpoint that's probably preferable (ie you can give
> group read-write access to a person without giving group "resource" access
> to him)
No good. Some setups (e.g. Red Hat) have a group for each user.
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