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AFAIK you are just able to define the groups for an user.

user { devolperXY :
...
groups => ['testusers','noname'],
...
}


Am Dienstag, 19. Februar 2013 15:40:34 UTC+1 schrieb Vlados Vlados:
How i can realize group membership?

This construction does not work
group { "developers":
ensure => present,
members => ['testusers','noname']
}

I want in /etc/groups must be:
developers:x:1011:testusers,noname
Thank you.
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