User accounts can be assigned to one or more groups on Linux. You can configure file permissions and other privileges by group. For example, on Ubuntu, only users in the sudo group can use the sudo command to gain elevated permissions.
If you want to create a new group on your system, use the groupadd command following command, replacing new_group with the name of the group you want to create. You’ll need to use sudo with this command as well (or, on Linux distributions that don’t use sudo, you’ll need to run the su command on its own to gain elevated permissions before running the command).
sudo groupadd mynewgroup
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