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Change file mode access permission - chmod

Posted By: Poppy Brown     Category: Unix / Linux / Ubuntu     Views: 11256

This article explains about chmod command with an example in unix.

chmod command is used to change file mode access permission in unix.

Syntax of chmod Command

chmod [- option] [mode] filename  

Example of chmod Command

Example 1 : To change the access permission of file1 to 664

chmod 664 file1

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