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it is normal that the below binaries stay without any owner and group
I have checked it in many servers and the like the below
/usr/lpp/bos.net/inst_root/etc/ipsec# ls -lrt
-r-xr-xr-x 1 987 987 13589 Jun 29 2005 default_group
-r-xr-xr-x ... (5 Replies)
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If I have to identify the group owner of an AIX group, what is the command to be used. Example: there is an mqadm group, how do I find the owner of this group?
Please help. (6 Replies)
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How would I find out who the group openers is of a file? For example:
> ls -l myfile
-rwxr-xr-x 1 myronp hawks 20125 Oct 20 20:50 myfile
How do I return just hawks. I could do this with a series of cut or awk, but is there a more direct way.
The ls -g is better, but still... (1 Reply)
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I'm the root user on my computer, but I'm writing a script that does a lot of file handling. Every time I create a file or directory it automatically requires root privileges. Is there a way I can just create a file that the user can access without a password?
For example in my script I... (20 Replies)
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As root, I want to create a directory and set the group and ownership permissions at the same time with one command, instead of making the directory, then going back and doing a chown and chgrp.
I don't see an option for this in the mkdir man page. Would I pipe chown and chgrp with my... (1 Reply)
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We have a program that when a new account is created using the webpage it creates a new directory on the linux filesystem for the account. The problem is the process that creates the directory is as root user, as I want ftpuser to be able to login I have to manually login and chown -R the... (1 Reply)
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I need a command or a script to change the group permissions to be the same as the owner permissions for all my files and directories (recursive)
any idea ? (4 Replies)
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How about finding out all objects
1. owned by a particular owner /
2. or accessed by group id
Thanks in advance
HAA (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: HAA
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I search a script (ksh for Aix 5.3) to save all permissions, groups and owner for all files. Because we work much to change it, and a mystake ......!
So i want execute this script to save/ execute permissions for all files.
If you have this script, thank you for your help ;)
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I am bit unclear of how Linux was set in the real world, please advise me how it's supposed to be.
When I log in as root and do a ls -l, I find: /boot, /, /var, /usr, /tmp, /home, /u01, /u02, /u03 and of of this partition is owned by root and the group also belong to root. Is that the way it's... (1 Reply)
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