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Old 23rd June 2008, 11:50 PM
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Directory Permissions, how to change

Hey all,

was wondering if some one could help me change the file permissions of a directory and every thing inside of it.

I tried doing this in the gui but the permissions didn't go through to every folder/file.

basicly i have one folder called adserver, its current owner is root, i want this changed to developer.

the folder is located in /var/www/html/

is there some quick cmd i can use to do this ?
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Old 24th June 2008, 12:15 AM
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just add -R parameter to chown and/or chmod command:

chown -R developer /var/www/html/folder

thats changes everything in the /var/www/html/folder to be owned by developer.
If you want to change group ownership as well, put it after developer and colon:

chown -R developer:new_group /var/www/html/folder

The same thing with permissions:

chmod -R <permission modes> /var/www/html/folder

/SergeyK

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