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THE LINUX FILE SYSTEM – Part 2: File and Directory Manipulation

By | August 3, 2016

In our previous introductory post we emphasized the important roles files play in course of using a Linux system. In this post we would be dealing with the different stuffs we could do with files and directory on our system. Emphasis would be laid on the command-line aspect here because the nautilus file explorer is… Read More »

Assigning and removing file access permissions

By | July 7, 2016

In a previous post we’ve look at the different types of access (privileges) different users of a Linux system have. When every file is created there’re some permissions that are automatically assigned by the system to such file and they include read, write and execute permissions. The following table summarizes the permissions available for files… Read More »