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Any ideas to set multiple ownership permission on a file/directory on Solaris? I need a folder to have multiple ownership on the 2 nodes servers. The 2 nodes servers require to mount a SMBFS with different user ID. Please assist. Thanks. (6 Replies)
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FILESYSTEM not FULL, PERMISSION is 777, but cant write to the filesystem?
any steps to do? reasons for this? (9 Replies)
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First post here. I just started learning UNIX a few weeks ago.
My issue: I use FreeNAS which is based off of UNIX in my network environment which hosts files that my team needs to access. Each user has their own login but we are all part of a group called "ITLIC".
I have a share... (15 Replies)
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I want to know is there any method to create a file having 777 permission. I am aware of umask, since it is only giving max. 666 permission for files this is not fulfilling my needs.
Thanks in advance
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Discussion started by: sanoop
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Is there any unix(solaris) command to get file permissions in 777 format or do we need to write some script for it? (7 Replies)
Discussion started by: rishav
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Default file system currently is 664.
I would like to get it as 774.
As other users of the same group was not able execute the file created any any user.
chmod cannot be used in my case. (Files are created and executed the programs owned by different vendors)
we know that umask is not going... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: deepakwins
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Is it possible to use umask and to set the file permission level as 775?
I know I can add chmod into my scripts but I just want to explore the umask option.
Thanks! (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: visio2000
Relay bad condition :mad:
Some has changed the permission to 777 recursively for /usr/bin directory by mistake. Now all the permission looks to be 777 on /usr/bin
Hence I am so many system related errors as 1 show below.
When I am trying to change the password, I am getting... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: bullz26
User usrA creates dirA directory and runs chmod 777 on the directory. Can usrB issue another 777 on dirA? It appears the answer is no even if the usrA and usrB are part of the same group. I know this is a rare scenario but I just ran across it and found out that usrB receives an error when... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: zlek131
Trying to setup user to have the ability to delete any files (regardless of owner) in /tmp.
I've tried almost everything... the permission on the folder is drwxrwxrwt 10 bin bin, and at one point I give all the possible permission (short of root) I can give to the user, and he still can't delete... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: cchiang12