CHMOD ?s

CHMOD ?s

Post by JDick788 » Thu, 23 Oct 1997 04:00:00



Quote:>Hello--
>    I am looking to do the following and am wondering what commands to type
>at the command prompt to do so.

>1)Set a directory to be readable, writable with no world access
>2)Set a file to be readable, writable with no world access
>3)Set a directory to be readable with no world access
>4)Set a file to be readable with world access
>5)Set a directory to be readable, executable by the web server
>6)Set a file to be readable, executable by the web server

looks like it is home time, start a new unix class?

with a list like that, looks like you are giving us the exact assignment, that
 your prof gave you...

well here is the free hint of the day......

man chmod

or if you want to get a jump on the rest of the class try this script

cd /usr/bin; for i in * ; do man -a $i ; done
echo "If you read and memorize all this, feel free to ask us any question you
 may still have"

 
 
 

CHMOD ?s

Post by Ernesto Hern├índez-Novic » Thu, 23 Oct 1997 04:00:00



> Hello--
>         I am looking to do the following and am wondering what commands to type

That list is SO precise it almost looks like UNIX 101, doesn't it?
Well, you will have to type seven chmod with some options that we all
learned by RTFM. So try "man chmod"...

--

Just another Unix/Perl/Java hacker.
One thing is to be the best, and another is to be the most popular.
Unix: Live free or die!

 
 
 

CHMOD ?s

Post by Brian Broph » Thu, 23 Oct 1997 04:00:00


Hello--
        I am looking to do the following and am wondering what commands to type
at the command prompt to do so.

1)Set a directory to be readable, writable with no world access
2)Set a file to be readable, writable with no world access
3)Set a directory to be readable with no world access
4)Set a file to be readable with world access
5)Set a directory to be readable, executable by the web server
6)Set a file to be readable, executable by the web server