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change ownership linux

This is to change permissions for a directory in linux : 
755 is better but for local operations you shoul be ok using 777
the -R is to apply to all containing folders. It stands for recursive.
<!-- 755 is safer -->
chmod 755 -R folder-Name

<!-- 777 is mighty and powerful ;) -->
chmod 777 -R folder-Name
Posted by: Guest on September-09-2021

add owner linux

# chown new-owner  filename
Posted by: Guest on October-23-2020

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