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chkstat



SYNOPSIS

       chkstat [--set|-set] permission-file ...


DESCRIPTION

       The  perl  script  /usr/bin/chkstat is a tool to check and
       set file permissions.

       Multiple permissions files can be given  on  the  command­
       line.   If  the  permission files contain multiple entries
       for a single file, the last entry found will be used.

   General Options
       -set   This option enables setting the  file  permissions,
              the default is to check and warn only.

       --set Same as -set


EXAMPLE

       The command

              chkstat -set /etc/permissions

       will  parse  the  file /etc/permissions and set the access
       mode and the user- and group memberships each file listed.
       The format for the input file is

       FILEPATH OWNER.GROUP MODE

       and  wildcards  are  not supported for the filepath. Lines
       starting with '#' and empty lines are treated as comments.


COPYRIGHT

       1996-2003 SuSE Linux AG, Nuernberg, Germany.


AUTHOR

       Reinhold Sojer (http:/www.suse.de/feedback)

       Useful  changes  and  additions  by  Tobias  Burnus  <bur­
       nus@gmx.de>

Version 0.1                Jul 9, 1998                 CHKSTAT(8)
  
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