Linux Shell Command - Chown Change File Owner Group
Description: Linux Shell Command - Chown Change File Owner Group
Tags: linux ,shell ,command ,chown ,change ,file ,owner ,group
To Change file owner and group use:
chown username filename
chown Sat Jan 26, 2008
command for system v that changes the owner of a file.
chown [-r] newowner filenames
-r change the permission on files that are in the subdirectories of the directory that you are currently in.
newowner the alias/username of the new owner of the file.
filenames the file that you are changing the rights to.
chown chope file.txt - give permissions as owner to user chope.
Title: Linux Shell Command - Chown Change File Owner Group
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Date: Wed Aug 02, 2006
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