So, I wanted to establish a virtual development environment that would be shared by a few users for collaboration.
I created a new user group X denoting the group of users allowed access the virtual development environment. Then, I added two users to this group. Following that, I created the directory in /usr/share/X I modified the group of X with chgrp and changed it to the group I created. I then did chmod -R g+rwx X Unfortunately, these two users find they still need to sudo to create directories and files within this directory. If I use chown I can own it for a specific user, but that's not what I want. I want it to be owned by the group.
Does anyone know how to fix this? I searched the web for awhile and couldn't find anything that directly addresses this problem directly, and I could not figure it out from the available information.