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Hi,

I have see some commands but confused about there meaning
1)     chmod 4755 vpopmail/bin/vchkpw
I know r  4, w  2,x  1 ....so there are permission like 777,766,755 etc
possible
they are 3 number (777,766....etc)  because there are
owner+others+world
but why 4 word (4755)??

2) what it mean by
chown root.root vpopmal/bin/vchkpw

3) what is the job of "umask" ?

4)What is sticky bit  ?? Job of sticky bit ??


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Reply learnq (15) 11/21/2005 12:49:03 PM

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Hi whoever.

learnq wrote:
> I have see some commands but confused about there meaning
> 1)     chmod 4755 vpopmail/bin/vchkpw
> I know r  4, w  2,x  1 ....so there are permission like 777,766,755 etc
> possible
> they are 3 number (777,766....etc)  because there are
> owner+others+world
> but why 4 word (4755)??

man chmod
btw: it's not owner, others, world but owner, group, others
(what would be the difference between world and others?!)

> 2) what it mean by
> chown root.root vpopmal/bin/vchkpw

man chown

> 3) what is the job of "umask" ?

> 4)What is sticky bit  ?? Job of sticky bit ??

man chmod

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Reply gufler (7) 11/21/2005 1:06:44 PM

Hi whoever.

learnq wrote:
> I have see some commands but confused about there meaning
> 1)     chmod 4755 vpopmail/bin/vchkpw
> I know r  4, w  2,x  1 ....so there are permission like 777,766,755 etc
> possible
> they are 3 number (777,766....etc)  because there are
> owner+others+world
> but why 4 word (4755)??

man chmod
btw: it's not owner, others, world but owner, group, others
(what would be the difference between world and others?!)

> 2) what it mean by
> chown root.root vpopmal/bin/vchkpw

man chown

> 3) what is the job of "umask" ?

> 4)What is sticky bit  ?? Job of sticky bit ??

man chmod

Benjamin
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Reply gufler (7) 11/21/2005 1:07:01 PM

"learnq" <learnq@gmail.com> writes:

>Hi,

>I have see some commands but confused about there meaning
>1)     chmod 4755 vpopmail/bin/vchkpw
>I know r  4, w  2,x  1 ....so there are permission like 777,766,755 etc
>possible
>they are 3 number (777,766....etc)  because there are
>owner+others+world
>but why 4 word (4755)??

man 2 chmod

>2) what it mean by
>chown root.root vpopmal/bin/vchkpw

man chown

>3) what is the job of "umask" ?

man bash
the second occurence.

>4)What is sticky bit  ?? Job of sticky bit ??

For directories it forbits anyone but root or the owner of a file to remove
the file, even if that person has write permission to the directory.


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