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Old 09-24-2001
Lightbulb subdirectory password

I am a user of a workstation. I have got my own previlages on my system. Still I would like to have a security for my data.

Can I set password or write a script that the entry to a particular subdirectiry is restricted?Smilie
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Old 09-24-2001
no. but you can use permissions to lock unwanted people out.

try this.

cd;chmod 700 <i>list your files here</i>
man chmod

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