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Well, this is one of the answers. Create a new group using the groupadd command. Next add the required users to that group. Next, create a directory and change its group owner to the new group(Using chmod). You can also set the files as GID files. You can set the group permissions of the files and folders in this directory to suit your needs(again use the chmod command).