I am learning Linux for work, so am still a bit rusty on the edges.
I am needing to change the folder permission of the directory
/opt, and I know in Linux, you do the following:
chmod 775 /opt
I get a message under that saying:
chmod: WARNING: cannot change /opt/: Operation not permitted (error 1).
Does that mean I need sudo permissions? But the
sudo command is not recognized.
But in SCO, it is different, as SCO is a little older than Ubuntu.
I have found this link on the net, but don't quite understand what they mean by "memo": http://osr507doc.sco.com/en/OSUserG/_Changing_file_permissions.html
Is there an easier way of doing this, like something similar to Linux?