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Question regarding permision and seguid bit (sticky bit)

Hi ,


I am having file permision as

drwxrwsr_x

I kwo for deleting a file in the diretory i need w permsion as well ..
Say if i am having the permsion as


drwxrwsrwx - wil any one can delete the files in the directory ..

And one more question what is the s doing there .. What is the use of it ..


Thanks,
Arun.
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Old 01-09-2008
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Old 01-09-2008
s have looked and got s is seguid...

Also let me know if change the permision will everybody can delete since i am changinf the other permision ?..

Just i want to know if i have permision like drwxrwsrwx will every one be able to delete the files in the directory ??..

Last edited by arunkumar_mca; 01-09-2008 at 08:34 AM..
 
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