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|Originally Published: Monday, 10 April 2000||Author: Joseph Kordish|
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LinuxPapers.org: Users in Unix
With users and user groups you can manage access permissions to files, directories and for executing programs. One of the greatest differences between Windows 95/NT and Unix is that Unix has true different "users. In a Unix system each user can customise his or her working environment, and owns files and directories that are separate from those of other users.