Learn Red Hat Linux Episode #14: File/Folder Ownership and Permissions Commands (chown, chmod)

 

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In this video tutorial we will continue with the Linux command line and cover the ownership and permission commands, chown and chmod. In Linux you have three control groups – individual users, group of users, and global (public). Groups can have read, write, execute privileges, or some combination of the three. We will cover a few different ways you can change permissions via the terminal.

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