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Old 04-04-2007, 11:12 AM   #1
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Storing user information.

I have a webmin module in which I would like to store some information for the user that can be access instantly with some sort of echo command. Each user has the following information that I need to access at times:

User Group:
User Owner:
User Palace:

Is there a command I can use that will echo what group the particular user is in?

I was thinking of maybe storing this information in like the first name, last name, etc fields. I am not sure if this information is can be echo'ed back to the system easily.

Right now I have this information in a space delimited file. In every page of the webmin module it will use PERL to extract the information. This works but I believe its inefficient and probably insecure.
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Is there a command I can use that will echo what group the particular user is in?
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