Is it possible execute chmod and ignore error from command Example ( remark file.txt not exsist to show the example ) When I type chmod 777 file.txt I get error on the output chmod: cannot ...
Is there anyway to compact the follow UNIX command: chmod 755 scriptA.ksh | chmod 755 scriptB.ksh | chmod 755 scriptC.ksh | chmod 755 scriptD.ksh The above command makes every KornShell (ksh) ...
I need to find all directories, in which user has access to search(command find) and echo this directories in shell. USER is read from ksh. for example: read user I know, if user want to use find ...
After I apply chmod -R to a directory, permissions are changed for everything within (files and directories). How can I add execute/search (x) permissions to directories without modifying the files?