What does chmod 770 do?
|Command||(equivalent command using number system)||Permissions|
|chmod o= myfile.txt||chmod 770 myfile.txt||-rwxrwx—|
What does chmod 2770 mean? chmod 2770 /home/sports. 1d. Users should be able to delete only their own user-owned files. chmod +t /home/sports.
What does chmod 774 mean? The command ‘chmod’ is used to change the file permissions using the terminal. The command ‘chmod’ provides file permission 777 to read, write, and execute for all privileged users and the file permission 774 is the default to read, write, and execute for all the users.
What does chmod 664 do? chmod 664 is equivalent to only owner and his group members can write, others are only allowed to read. chmod 644 means only the owner are allowed to write/modify, read-only for others (group) included. There is no number 7 or 5 in the chmod number, which means no one are allowed to execute the file.