Change Permissions on a new hard drive to allow
james at gray.net.au
Wed Jan 10 01:19:07 UTC 2007
On Wednesday 10 January 2007 07:18, mtyoung wrote:
> Thanks for the answer, wish I'd seen it sooner. Now I just need to learn
> what "-R a+rw *" means. Hopefully the link will will help.
-R = recurse the directory tree
a+rw = a=all users (ie, user+group+other), +rw=add read and write permissions
to whatever is already there. So if a file/directory was
originally -rwxr-x--x the use of "a+rw" will turn it into -rwxrwxrwx.
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