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Change file owner of group - chown

Posted By: Liam Evans     Category: Unix / Linux / Ubuntu     Views: 4403

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

chown command is used to Change file owner of group in unix.

Syntax of chown Command

chown [-R] owner[:group] file  

Example of chown Command

Example 1 : To 

search the directory 

design_notes and changes each file in that directory to owner mark and group

chown -R mark: users design_note

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