I have a folder I'm sharing with another user in a linux centos 7 box. even though I've set the permissions for the full folder to 777 it still locks new files created by the other user.
the folder is /data folder. How do I tell linux, "all files currently in /data and every file ever created in /data should always and forever be completely available for anyone to do anything they want to"?
I've already tried a few things but I'm new to linux so I don't really understand. I know how to use chmod to change permissions but it seems those changes don't persist on new files even if I make those changes to the directory itself.