Linux – chmod

Linux chmod command Linux chmod command is used to change access permissions of files and directories. In this article, you will learn how to change permissions of any file or directory with chmod command. We have already described the Linux file permissions. Syntax: chmod [PERMISSIONS] [FILE]… Example: chmod 755 filename You can use -R to change permissions recursively. chmod -R 755 /var/www/html There are two ways available to change file permissions on Linux. First is Symbolic Notation and second is octal notation. Both are described below: Using Symbolic Notation: Just…

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