Most current file systems have methods of administering permissions or access rights to specific users and groups of users. These systems control the ability of the users to view or make changes to the contents of the filesystem.

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Why cant a group member modify a file in a group he is part of?

-edit- i figured it out. I needed to use adduser username group instead. I added a user with the command useradd -G myapp_user newusername then i changed the group on the public folder that i ...
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How to make NGinx to ignore file permissions? [closed]

I use NGinx to serve static sites, and sometimes there are some files with 640 permissions instead of 644. For such sites NGinx says "403 Forbidden". Is there any way to tell NGinx to ignore file ...