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polo2k
post Nov 1 2006, 12:37 AM
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Hi everyone,

i'm kinda in a pickle, maybe i'm just doing something wrong here.....

so i made a folder called say..... Tornado, and i got 2 groups, group A and group B. I wanna give Group A full permission to the Tornado Folder, and just say read to group B but still disallow anyone else who isin't part of group A or B.

at the current moment i got full permisison to group A, but anyone from group B or any other user can't access it......

thnx in advance,

Polo
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g33k
post Nov 11 2006, 09:17 PM
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Linux has 3 set of permissions : [user][group][others]
You can assign read/write/execute permissions to each set.
The [user] , [group] can be assigned for one user or one group at a time.

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at the current moment i got full permisison to group A, but anyone from group B or any other user can't access it......

Thats coz group B comes under others and u haven't given read permission to others i guess.

Hope this helps


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