Linux Commands for Beginners 21 – Changing Permissions Numerically

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4 thoughts on “Linux Commands for Beginners 21 – Changing Permissions Numerically

  1. I skipped like ever 20 secs, but… I did not see you mention sticky bit sets 0 1 & 2 – and why they are useful to manage ownership in shared/group directories.

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