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Manipulating files: copying, renaming, searching, analyzing, archiving, etc. For operating on text in a file, see /text-processing. For questions about the Files file manager (formerly Nautilus), see /nautilus.

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chmod 777 /yoda/htdocs/cups/logs/* will add 777 permission for all files in logs directory. chmod -R 777 /yoda/htdocs/cups/logs/ will add 777 permission to logs directory and all directories and … files inside recursively for more info check below link https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chmod If you want to assign permission for files which will be created in future. For that you need to use umask functionality. https://www.computerhope.com/unix/uumask.htm …
answered Dec 5 '18 by satya prakash patel