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SSH usergroup question
need a quick help on somethign quick question
what command wud i use in SSH to change teh file permissions of all the Files and fodlers in that particular directory?
at the moment i have a folder called main i want all the files in that folder and folders to have the group ownership of "me" and user "me"
if that makes sense?
i know u can chmod a folder using something like chmod 755 foldername
but i want everything under that folder to be 755?
chmod -R will do recursive changes
To change user it would be chown & for group, it would be chgrp
You can get the full info & usage on all three commands (chmod, chown, chgrp) by typing man <command>
To change permissions of all files and directories in your current directory AND change the permissions of all files and subdirectories:
chmod -R 755 *
chown & chgrp used for changing user & group.
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