Understanding Linux File Permissions
In Linux, file permissions, attributes, and ownership control the access level that the system processes and users have to files.
What Does chmod 777 Mean
Setting 777 permissions to a file or directory means that it will be readable, writable and executable by all users and may pose a huge security risk. This article explains the basic Linux permissions model and what the numbers corresponding to the permissions mean.
How to Recursively Change the File's Permissions in Linux
Linux is a multi-user system and access to the files is controlled through the file permissions, attributes, and ownership. In this article we'll explain how to recursively change permissions of files and directories.
Chmod Command in Linux (File Permissions)
In Linux access to the files is managed through the file permissions, attributes and ownership. This tutorial covers how to use the chmod command to change the access permissions of files and directories.