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what are the benefits of the traditional Linux file schema and how might it be superior to permission methodologies employed in other operating systems
Suppose you have a file that is linked to a file owned by another user. How can you ensure that changes to the file are no longer shared?
Hi there I have two Linux CentOS 4.7 boxes and I have trashed the file permissions on one of them “chmod –R 776 .” I happened to be running Root at the top of the file system. Does anyone know if its possible for me to backup just the files permissions from my good box and restore them over...