• Linux-file-permissions-advance
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    Advance Linux file permissions

    In this tutorial we will learn about Advance linux file permissions like set user id (SUID) set group id (GUID) and sticky bit permissions on linux directory. You will also learn how to use commands like chmod u+t, chmod g+s, chmod u+s etc What is sticky bit permission? This is and extra special security feature…

  • Linux-runlevels
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    Run Levels/Targets in Linux

    Run Levels/Targets in Linux Welcome guys to our linux tutorial, In this article we will discuss about different runlevels in unix-linux system. We will briefly describe runlevel, its associated configuration file, boot process,stages of boot process and finally we will discuss briefly about each runlevel. These runlevels or modes run system or boot process defined…

  • Linux-chmod
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    How to use chmod in Linux

    How to use chmod in Linux Welcome to our blog. In this tutorial we will learn more about linux file permissions using chmod command. We will learn in assigning permissions to file using rwxrwxrwx representation like chmod u+x filename and digits representation for example chmod 765 filename OK now we will about next 9 characters….

  • Linux-standards-permissions
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    Introduction to Linux standard file permissions

    Introduction to Linux standard file permissions Hi and welcome . In this tutorial we will introduce linux standard file permissions. We will discuss how to determine whether linux content in directory is file, or¬†subdirectory or symbolic link. And we will talk about chgrp and chown commands to change group and change owner of any linux…

  • Linux-group-permissions
    Linux

    Linux group permissions

    Linux User Group permissions Welcome to our tutorial Linux group permissions . we have already discussed user permissions in tutorial introduction to linux user permissions. In this tutorial we will use basic commands like In linux if need to assign permissions to group of specific users to directory you have option to create a group…