I've got a drive on a Mac (OSX 10.7.5) that I'm sharing on the LAN. In the system preferences, the share is set so System Administrator has Read & Write access, System Group has Read Only, and ...
I've seen how to do this on linux, however is there a way to do it in OSX? I've accidentally ran chmod -R 777 / Looking for how to undo this. Thank you
First of all, thanks for reading. I've had success running a plist launchd job that is in my LaunchAgents folder. It basically calls a small shell script that chmod's a folder's permissions. I then ...
Most unix derivates can copy ACLs from one file to another with: getfacl filename1 | setfacl -f - filename2 Unfortunately Mac OS X does not have the getfacl and setfacl commands, as they have ...
I'm on MacOSX, I did ln -s on a directory and these are the results: -rwxrwxr-x@ 1 shiki admin 970332 Mar 6 16:38 apc.so -rwxrwxr-x@ 1 shiki admin 653884 Mar 6 16:38 eaccelerator.so ...
Is there a concise linux command (that will work on OSX) to change permissions on folders and all of their contents, but leave files in the current directory untouched? For example: ...