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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?
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I will include a "requirement" for an issue I am attempting to solve for my boss. Basically, he would like to know if there is a way to prevent users and owner from editing 'write' script in Vi.
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How can i find the group owner name...???
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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.
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Hi I need help. I need to use find (or grep I don't care) to recursively search for files who have any kind of executable permissions (group and/or owner and/or other). I am looking for *.c and *.h
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I have a problem and i was hoping that you guys could help me out
I want to copy a user privileges to a group and i need to copy all privileges(Recursively) every directory with all its sub directories and I tried some solution and it did not work. I used the following command:-
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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.
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