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Linux umask Command Tutorial with Examples, Numeric and Symbolic Representations

umask command is used to set default file and folder permission in  Linux operating system. File and folder permissions are important because the permission enables or deny different users, groups and others to access, read, write and execute of the given file. In this tutorial, we will learn how to use umask command to set default read, write and execute permissions. Syntax The syntax of the umask command is very simple where...

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How To Disable SELinux Temporarily or Permanently in CentOS, RHEL, Fedora

SELinux is very powerful security mechanism for Linux distributions. Distributions like CentOS, RHEL or Fedora comes SELinux enabled by default. In some situations we do not need SELinux protection especially in end user systems. In this tutorial we will look how to disable SELinux temporarily or Permanently. List SELinux Status First step is getting information about SELinux status. We can get and list SELinux status with the sestatus command.

We...

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Linux Chmod Command Tutorial with Examples To Change Permission of Files and Folders

chmod command is used to change access permission of files and directories in Linux operating systems. chmod stands for change mode. Access permissions specify whether a user account or group can read, write or execute a given file and directory. Syntax Syntax of chmod command is like below.

Roles While managing access permission for files and directories we should specify the roles. Permissions are set and bind to the given roles....

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Linux stat Command Tutorial With Examples

Linux stat command used to display files and file system information like permission, size etc. In this tutorial we will look various usage examples. Show File Information All information about a file can be get without providing any parameter. We will only provide the file name.

As we can see from screenshot there is information about file name , size, blocks, inode, device, access,modify,change dates, user and group id...

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How To Chown Recursively In Linux?

Linux files and folders have owners. Owners are required to control permissions. Which user user can access which files. User root created file will be owned by user root. But what will happen we want to change owner. Simply Recursively Change Files and Directories Owner User and Group We will issue the user, group information and directory to start with recursively.

We can check new owner user and group...

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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 different ways to set folder and sub folder permission in Linux but here we will describe most convenient way. Read Only Owner Say we have folder /opt/lamp and we want to change all sub folders permission to...

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