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I have searched this quite a long time but couldn't find the right method for me to use. I need to assign read write permission to the user for specific directories and it's sub directories and files. I do not want to use ACL. I do not want to assign user the same group of that directories too.... (0 Replies)
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Whenever i switch from root to another user, by doing su - user, it takes me to home directory of user. This is very annoying as i want to be in same dir to run different commands as root sometimes and sometimes as normal user.
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I got access in UNIX box from our client.
I am able to create folder, files, script etc.. in that folder.
here is the issue:
my login/base folder is = /home/ace
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I have installed a FTP Server on my Linux machine (Fedora 11).
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if I have a dir with a mixture of files and directories in it and one of the directories *only* has read permission for the owner and I am not the owner - will I see it with an 'ls -la'.
I do not have access to a unix box at present to try this out.
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i'm using FreeBSD 6.2 and hosting my pc to frens
in particular of sensitive information being saved to the PC, i would like to know is it possible for me to restrict user access to their /home dir. only?
and also, i wanted to restrict them listing files under /etc
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i want to ask
how can i let a newly created user to access only one directory and not any other directory at all.: (1 Reply)
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Im trying to set up FTP to my Apache Tomcat dir on my server so my web designer can FTP in and look at things in a live environment.
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