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Related to CHMOD: Chown
CHMODChange Permissions (Linux shell command)
CHMODChange Mode
CHMODChange File Mode
CHMODChange Modification
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moves you back) pwd to print/display working/current directory my to move or rename a file chmod to change permissions on a file or directory rm to remove a file (rm-i prompts you to double check) cp to make a copy of a file
Each student is expected to create a sub-directory in his/her user account, using UNIX commands: mkdir MCIS620 (to create directory named MCIS620) and then chmod 755 MCIS620 (to access the new directory).
A third security option available is the Chmod command, which is useful for hiding files the host does not which the remote user to see.