RE: user administration
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You want to use the chmod command.
If you look it up in your man pages, you will see a full description.
The third number given as a parameter for the command controls the user.
7 = read, write, execute
6 = read, write
4 = read
The first digit of the 3 digit command controls root, the second digit group and the 3rd digit controls user level access.
So, if you wanted to set permissions for a non-executable file that only root could write to you would type:
chmod 644 NameOfFile.txt
[mailto:redhat-install-list-bounces@xxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of arun s
1) I have to give read permission only for a user. Is is possible??
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