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How to change permissions on a UNIX or UNIX-like host with CHMOD

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Applies to

  • UNIX security style
  • POSIX-compatible file systems

Description

  • In UNIX and UNIX-like operating systems, chmod is the command used to change the permissions of file system objects known as modes
  • The following article describes how to execute chmod commands in a UNIX/Linux environment

 

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