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revised How to grant read/write to specific user in any existent or future subdirectory of a given directory?
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answered How to grant read/write to specific user in any existent or future subdirectory of a given directory?
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comment How to grant read/write to specific user in any existent or future subdirectory of a given directory?
I Thought I had understood how to do that with +s on the directory but it did not do what I expected: permissions were not transmitted to new directories. What do last and 3rd last tokens mean: {} and \ Thanks in advance.
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comment How to grant read/write to specific user in any existent or future subdirectory of a given directory?
Thanks this works, but could you please clarify the meaning of the two last tokens: {} +
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