From tomorrow on words we are planing to provide in depth knowledge base on many Howto’s related to Linux Files, folders, users and groups permissions. Some of the howto’s which we are going to present are as follows.
- Chmod (Changing file/folder permissions)
- Chgrp (Change group owner permissions)
- Chown (change user and group owner permissions)
- Umask (set the permission level)
- SUID (Set UserID)
- SGID (Set GroupID)
- Sticky bit
- SUID vs Sticky bit
- SUID vs SGID.
- Linux Filesystem ACL’s.
- Inode structure
- Linux user quota implementations.
- Linux group quota implementations.
- Meaning of dot at the permissions chars dxwr-rx-rwx.
- Meaning of plus at the permissions chars dxwr-rx-rwx+
And many more to come.
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