Change the file permissions and owner

2010-11-25  来源:本站原创  分类:OS  人气:40 

All users can read, can write but can not perform the right:

chmod 666 test.txt

Files of their customers are changing as user:

chown user test.txt

The document is a set of changes for the user:

chgrp user test.txt

(The document is a group and their respective users are changed to user commands: chown user: user test.txt)

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