Is it possible to change owner/group of a file AND permissions with 1 command? I tried: chmod user1:groupOfUser1=770 file.txt but it does not work.
This is a little embarrassing to ask, but I just set up a ubuntu server with openssh. Is it possible to create a user that has read-only access to chmod **7 files if that user is not the owner, nor ...
file * | grep 'ASCII text' | chmod -x chmod: missing operand Try `chmod --help' for more information. The above command gives me error.Basically I am trying to find all the files whose type is ...
Sometimes in desperation, to test if my problem is not the permission problem I do: sudo chmod -R 777 mydir/ In most cases it does not helps, and now I have two problems ;) Files inside mydir/ had ...