Tagged: chmod

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What is chmod 777

chmod 777 is very popular ownership command. 777 simply means give all rights to the all users. chmod 777 generally used to make operations more smoothly because it will remove all ownership related problems. We generally use...

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Hello World Python

We have talked about Python programming language previously. You can find them in Programming > Python section. Creating working environment for Python development and running our first python application is the first step to learning...

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Ssh “permission are too open” Error

Ssh is secure protocol andit tries to make everything properly to continue securely. There are a lot of different ssh security configuration. It one of them are violated ssh do not operates one of...

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How To Set Permission For Folders and Subfolders in Linux

During daily Linux administration we generally work generally with file and directory permissions. In this tutorial we will look different examples about how to change and revert Linux file and directory permissions. There is...

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