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Fix: Error Initializing the Supplementary Group Access List
Linux distros are increasingly becoming more and more GUI-based and easier for beginners to use. That said, their real power still lies in the terminal which requires the user to know different commands and syntaxes to be able to use them properly.
The same applies to troubleshooting any errors you might encounter as Linux isn’t exactly the most helpful OS when it comes to error messages.
In this article, we’re talking about the “Error initialising the supplementary group access list” issue on Linux, its causes and what you can do to fix the problem.
The error is mainly caused after the user makes a change in the user or user group access permissions. Outside of making the change itself, there are additional steps that you need to follow to ensure the OS recognise those changes.