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Ownership

chown and chgrp

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Change the ownership of a file or directory chown
chown Options: Change the ownership of a file recursively throughout the directory tree chown -R
chown Options: Change the file ownership only chown {user}
chown Example: Make jsmith the owner of all the files in the /lectures directory chown jsmith -R /lectures
chown Options: Change the user and group ownership of the file chown user:group
Chown Example: Make badams the USER owner and sales the GROUP owner of the file reports in the /july directory chown badams:sales /july/reports
chown Options: Change the group ownership only chown :group or chown .group
chown Example: Make the yoga group the owner of all the files in the /classes directory chown :yoga -R /classes chown .yoga -R /classes
change the ownership of a file or directory chgrp
chgrp Example: makes the buyers group the group owner of /may/report file chgrp buyers /may/report
Created by: johnadream