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  1. of my perms file. I could use the chmod command. The syntax for the chmod command is chmod,
  2. reasons wish to use multiple lines, and do a chmod u+w perms separately from a chmod
  3. chmod +x
  4. Change the file permissions by typing and hitting enter: chmod +x
  5. 600 and use the command chmod d600 and the filename once that is done add or
  6. LinuX/UNIX permissions and chmod Hello. Today I'd like to talk to you a little
  7. use the chmod command to follow it with an ls --l and just verify that you have in fact
  8. So suppose I wished to give group and other read and write permissions. I could type chmod
  9. but I'm going to change my plus to a minus: chmod go-rw perms will say to remove the permissions
  10. I could say chmod u+w,g+x,o+r perms. This is an unusual set of permissions to be given,
  11. the command based on the spaces. For chmod, it's expecting what shows up before the first
  12. I can say chmod a+x perms, and the 'a' represents all -- user, group and other, as you can see
  13. everybody has read access and ONLYL read access. I'll do that by saying chmod a=r perms. The
  14. and then thereafter grant any desired permissions. At this point, we've looked at chmod using
  15. say chmod 754 perms. I'll do an ls --l, and we see... What do you know? rwxr-xr--, exactly
  16. I hope you found this discussion of chmod to be useful, and if you have any questions,
  17. and then you have to grant the permission by using the chmod a+x command
  18. all other filesystem-related system calls (such as open, chmod and rename). [...] additional
  19. CHmod command. But
  20. it's called chmod, and this command allows you to change file permissions. So,