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I want to know the octal expression of the linux file permission command:

-rwxr-xr-t

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  • Most chmods will allow you to use symbolic mode e.g. chmod u=gwx,go=rX,+t – ctrl-alt-delor Feb 7 at 20:20
  • Do you know how to convert binary to octal? – ctrl-alt-delor Feb 7 at 20:20
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The stat command should be able to handle this:

stat -c "%a %n" /path/to/your/file

Your specific file permissions are represented by the octal 1755

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