Permissions are the unix way of controlling access to resources such as files, directories and devices and may be specified for an owner, group, or all users.

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Grant FTP access to specific directory

I have setup CentOS on a box on my local network and installed httpd, PHP, Webmin (and UserMin) etc. I opted for ProFTPd and have opened up ports for FTP, Webmin and Apache. I can now access Webmin ...
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How to group alphanumeric permissions

As an addition to my previous question: Which is more widely used: chmod 777 or chmod a+rwx. If I were to use the chmod a+rwx (which I wouldn't in the real world) format, but I wanted to use the ...
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Script with root permission [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Redirecting stdout to a file you don't have write permission on I am creating a script to change the brightness of my laptop. I discovered that I can do this using ...
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Prevent directory permission change (or cronjob to work around)

I have a HostGator dedicated server running CentOS. I have a folder on one user's account where I want all users to be able to have read access, so we keep it chmod'd to 755. HG has a script that runs ...