chmod is a command in Unix and Unix-like operating systems used to change the access permissions and the special mode flags (the setuid, setgid, and sticky flags) of file system objects (files and directories).The command can be used to change the permissions of a file or directory. Here are some examples of how to use chmod: To deny execute permission to everyone: chmod a-x file1. To allow read permission to everyone: chmod a+r file1. To make a file readable and writable by the group and others: chmod go+rw file1. To make a shell script executable by the user/owner: chmod u+x

Master The Linux Command Line - Tips and Tricks

Master The Linux Command Line – Tips and Tricks

These days, graphical user interfaces rule our screens. As such, the command line may appear to be a thing of the past. ...

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