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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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I try to kill a service as a other user. I login as a user "usernoroot" and kill a service of a root user "userroot"! Therefore I have a killscript.sh in the folder of "usernoroot" like: #!/bin/sh k …
asked Feb 18 '17 by fteinz
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. I set the permission to access all files but with new files I have to set the permissions again and again for the files containing these path! These new files are downloaded with these user/group … download:downloadgr with these permissions 0755. What can I do to keep full access to these path and the containing files from my PC after download. …
asked Nov 9 '16 by fteinz