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Standard Linux permissions overview

Standard Linux permissions overview: Linux: Files and Permissions
Standard Linux permissions overview: Linux: Files and Permissions

The Linux permission system has proven itself for the last 4 decades. It allows administrators to set read, write and execute permissions for user owners, group owners and everyone else. It also supports basic inheritance through the group owner. The Linux permission system has it's faults though which we cover in this video.

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Network Administration IT Operating Systems Linux

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