chmod is used to change the commonly used read, write, and execute permissions on files. It can change these permission bits for the file owner, the file's group owner, and everyone else. It can also change the more esoteric ‘permissions’ (attributes, reall) like set-user-ID, set-group-ID, and ...

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Directory appears as file?

So we copied some photos in a directory across to a NTFS partition last night, and they were viewable from ubuntu. Today the directory is not accessible from Windows, and when we booted back into ...
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How to give permission to group to read/edit unowned files on archlinux?

I'd like to be able to read files from external hdd or other partitions without having to su root every time or chmod the whole partition to myself/group. How can I give myself/group permission to ...
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tracking directory permission changes

Permission of a certain directory named 11203 got changed twice bcoz of which the hosted app encountered some problems. When i used the command.. ausearch -i |grep chmod |grep 11203 I got the ...
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Save motion output videos in USB Drive

I'm using a USB drive in my Raspberry to store my website. Now I want also save my videos made with motion. I wasn't able to save in a folder different from /tmp/motion so googling I found I had to ...
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External HDD read/write permission changing from a cron job

So, I run an overnight python script that runs a backup of our web data in the /var/www directory, then moves the backups to an external HDD in /media. The script in scheduled in the sudo crontab ...
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MySQL Backup folder permissions - Non downloadable by others

I created a PHP script which takes backup of the mysql database every day and then saves it to a folder called "BkPath". All the backups will be saved here. But am trying learn the chmod command to ...