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chmod 740 Documents/
Documents/ = drwxr-----
chmod 750 Documents/
Documents/ = drwxr-x---
How does that work?
I want to achieve drwxrw---- (5 Replies)
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Hi I tried to use chmod in unix to change my file's permission.
chmod 701 hello.cgi
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i think it is the same in both... Iam i right? (1 Reply)
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I would like to chmod the file which I am pulling from remote server onto my server.
I am using the following script:
sftp <server detail>
get abc xyz
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Hi gurus !
I am developing a FTP script which will copy all the files from one server to another server and then I need to use CHMOD 755 * to set permissions of all the files just copied to the remote server.
chmod 755 *
CHMOD gives me an error
CHMOD works fine If I specify... (3 Replies)
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Hey everyone, I was wondering if there was a quicker way to chmod a lot of files than doing what im currently doing.
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can anybody help me?
i have probable a simple problem about permissions.
i have a server and on this server there comes some files from a another server via ftp with a separte user.
i would like to modify the files with a awk script but i donīt have the permissions to modify the... (3 Replies)
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Here is the deal, I am good with html and java and am creating a website for my brother. On this site he has chosen to use a ikonboard.com discussion board. I have done everything I can to pull it off, but no can do. Here is the problem:
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Ok, listen.........I was using FTP Works to remove and add some files to a domain server. I messed with chmod button and made it so that no-one could access or their browsers could execute files and 2 or three certain directories. If anyone knows how to use this command and will give me a heads up... (2 Replies)
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