Join Grant McWilliams for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Linux: Files and Permissions.
- [Grant] Thank you for joining me in this course.…In this course, we covered how to gather information…about Linux files, including file types,…ownership, and permissions.…We delved into how to create files and manage them,…including copy, move, and delete.…We learned about the standard Linux permission system…and how to give users access to the resources they need.…We also covered the special bits that allow…privilege, escalation, and inheritance.…After learning about the limitations…to standard Linux permissions, we covered…access control lists and their many advantages.…We learned about ACL inheritance and neat tricks…like backing up our permissions to make our lives easier.…
This isn't the end, and I encourage you to keep learning.…I'd like to recommend that you go to my author page…and check out my other Linux courses in the library.…Check back often as we are adding content monthly.…Again, my name is Grant McWilliams,…and thank you for watching.…
- Define file Access Control Lists.
- Describe what extended globs add to Linux pattern matching.
- State why file system recovery tools are so important for Linux users.
- Recall what execute permissions on a directory allows.
- Cite the maximum allowed default permissions on a file in Linux.
- List some of the advantages of ACLs over standard Unix permissions.
Skill Level Intermediate
Linux: Desktops and Remote Accesswith Grant McWilliams1h 44m Intermediate
1. Linux Files
2. Manipulate Files
3. Standard Unix Permissions
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