CHMOD - What does CHMOD stand for? The Free Dictionary
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|CHMOD||Change Permissions (Linux shell command)|
|CHMOD||Change File Mode|
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You can easily access the man-pages by typing 'man' at the command prompt The expression 'man chmod
' for example will bring up the man-page for the chmod
feature that lets you change file access permissions.
So, to add read permission to a file for the world, you would type "chmod
o+r" and then the filename:
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).