clrgroup, soigroup \- set the group ownership of a file..SH SYNOPSIS
These two functions allow users to set the group ownership of the file(s)
or directories described by
to the groups ``none'' \fI(clrgroup)\fR or ``SOI'' \fI(soigroup)\fR.
Users must own the files, but need not be members of these groups to
use these functions.
In fact, the expectation is that there are no members of the group
``none''. Setting group ownership to ``none'' by default for directories is a convenience designed to encourage use of the default \fIumask\f 002. .EX
.SH SEE ALSO
Gives error messages when used over a mount with proper permissions,
but seems to perform normally despite the messages. .SH AUTHOR
SOI Version 0.8
.#$Id: clrgroup.1,v 1.1 1994/02/17 00:10:10 CM Exp $ .#$Source: /home/soi/CM/man/man1/RCS/clrgroup.1,v $ .#$Author: CM $