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revised Correct recursive chmod, separate for files & dirs
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May
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comment Does directory mtime always change when a new file is created inside?
Easy. However, not on all OSes & filesystems at once :)
May
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asked Does directory mtime always change when a new file is created inside?
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comment Correct recursive chmod, separate for files & dirs
At least it works in Linux :)
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comment Correct recursive chmod, separate for files & dirs
Does not answer the question. However, useful :)
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comment Correct recursive chmod, separate for files & dirs
Too long for being 'handy' to type at once :)
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revised Correct recursive chmod, separate for files & dirs
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comment Corrupt files' contents, while FS is OK
THE RESULT: ddrescue did the job, managed to minimize the number of errors
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