You specify a group (instead of a user account) by pre-pending the @ character.
This feature (group member of another group) is not widely available in Unix/Linux, but ease administration of general departmental server. This enhancement was made as part of a new project nt2linux available at http://www.solucorp.qc.ca/nt2linux .
Very little has been published about this project. And to make use of the feature (assigning a group as member of another), you need other component beside Linuxconf. Hopefully available this week.
The module has a menu to present currently loaded kernel modules.
The PCI information is now presented using the "/sbin/lspci -v" command on kernel 2.2 and above. Much more readable than /proc/pci.