User "admin" has UID=1000 GID=1000. UID=1000 GID=1000 on Debian systems is usually assigned to the 1st user and so on all my other PC's, laptops, nas, ... Consequently only on the B3 I myself got UID=1001 assigned, This causes trouble with NFS and also CIFS with "unix extensions" enabled.
Currently I am figuring out, how I can change the UID of "admin" on the B3 to a value below 1000 to avoid interference with normal numbering. Same applies to GID:
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# id admin
uid=1000(admin) gid=1000(admin) Gruppen=1000(admin),100(users),110(lpadmin)
Is there any risk to change UID (and GID) of "admin" manually?