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Chmod Command

7 Chmod Command Examples for Beginners

Earlier we discussed about how to use octal permission bits with chmod. In this article, let us review how to use symbolic representation with chmod. Following are the symbolic representation of three different roles: u is for user, g is for group, and o is for others. Following are the symbolic representation of three different [...]

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Unix file and directory permission is in the form of a 3x3 structure. i.e Three permissions (read, write and execute) available for three types of users (owner, groups and others). In the output of ls -l command, the 9 characters from 2nd to 10th position represents the permissions for the 3 types of users. -rw-r--r-- [...]

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