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Linux Tutorial Glossary - permissions


The settings associated with each file or directory that determine who can access the file and directory and what types of access are permitted. Also called properties or attributes.

absolute mode   file permissions   mask   symbolic mode   umask  


Introduction to Operating Systems -> Files and Directories -> Files and Directories
Shells and Utilities -> Permissions -> Permissions
Shells and Utilities -> Commonly Used Utilities -> Commonly Used Utilities
Shells and Utilities -> Looking for Files -> Looking for Files
Shells and Utilities -> Basic Shell Scripting -> Basic Shell Scripting
Editing Files -> Vi -> vi Buffers
Editing Files -> Awk -> Awk
Basic Administration -> User Accounts -> User Accounts
The Operating System -> Files and File Systems -> Disk Layout
The Computer Itself -> The Central Processing Unit -> The Central Processing Unit
Networking -> NFS -> NFS
Networking -> NFS -> The Flow of Things
Networking -> SAMBA -> SAMBA
Solving Problems -> Solving Problems Yourself -> Checking the Sanity of Your System
Security -> Restricting Access
Security -> File Access
Security -> What You Can Do About It -> What You Can Do About It
Security -> What You Can Do About It -> NFS
Security -> What You Can Do About It -> Modem Security
Security -> What You Can Do About It -> The Official Word



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