While I was "trying" to install samba I noticed several files on the kids computer that were not the best flavor for their age. To fix this window's box I install some software but I decided it may be best to also install something on my linux boxes.
I found the following link to set up squid with dansguardian http://www.linux.com/articles/113733
In the squid section where it ask me to check and set up groups for squid it uses the following -r switch and I can't get it to work and don't find any reference to it in the man page. I've googled and have yet to find anything.
groupadd -r squid
useradd -g squid -d /var/spool/squid -s /bin/false -r squid
Also, to make things even worse I tried the following two commands thinking they would be correct.
groupadd -g 43 -o squid
"I used gid #43 because there was not a gid using that number" but instead of putting the #43 in order like I thought it would it put at the end of the file. So now I want to fix what I just messed up and I can't. When I try to remove it I get the following.
bash-3.1# groupdel squid
groupdel: cannot remove user's primary group.
I also tried the useradd without the "-r" from the above
post like follows and not for sure what it did if anything.
useradd -g squid -d /var/spool/squid -s /bin/false squid
I guess I'll never learn.
Anyway, I need some help.