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Section - 5.15.2.4 Why does id/groups not show secondary groups in dtterm/CDE?

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Updated: 04/22/03

Under HP-UX 10.20 with CDE, if your account (at least with NIS[TM]) has
multiple groups associated with it, the id/groups commands will not show
the secondary groups inside a dtterm window ... and they in fact do not
work.  What is confusing is that they *do* work when you fire up an xterm.
Note that /etc/logingroup is correctly symlinked to /etc/group.

Installing the latest CDE Runtime patch will correct this problem, along
with numerous other defects:

  o 11.20: patch PHSS_28058
  o 11.11: patch PHSS_27872
  o 11.00: patch PHSS_27869
  o 10.20: patch PHSS_27877
  o 10.10: patch PHSS_26488

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