Difference between pages "Category:Activity" and "File permissions"

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Pages in the category of "Activity" describe things that Funtoo Linux users and contributors can do to help our project. These include development and other tasks. The goal of this category is to help our user community find ways to get involved in the development of Funtoo Linux.
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== Add user ==
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<console>
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###i## useradd -g users -G wheel,portage,audio,video,usb,cdrom,tty -m <username>
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</console>
  
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== Delete user ==
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<console>
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###i## userder -r <username>
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</console>
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== List groups ==
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$##bl## groups
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$##bl## groups <username>
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== List users ==
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$##bl## users
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== Add user to group ==
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###i## gpasswd -a <user> <group>
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== Remove user from group ==
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###i## gpasswd -d <user> <group>
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== Add new group ==
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###i## groupadd <group>
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== Delete group ==
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###i## groupdel <group>
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== File permissions ==
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You can change file permissions with chmod.
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<console>
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$##bl## chmod <r><g><u> <file>
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</console>
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<r> = number for root permissions
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<g> = number for group permissions
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<u> = number for user permissions
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<pre>7 = 4+2+1 (read/write/execute)
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6 = 4+2 (read/write)
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5 = 4+1 (read/execute)
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4 = 4 (read)
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3 = 2+1 (write/execute)
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2 = 2 (write)
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1 = 1 (execute)</pre>
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== Change owner and group of file ==
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You can change owner and group of file with chown.
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<console>
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###i## chown <user>:<group> <file>
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</console>
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You can change owner of folder and files inside recursively with:
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<console>
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###i## chown -R <user>:<group> <folder>
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</console>
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[[Category:First Steps]]

Revision as of 20:52, September 25, 2014

Add user

# useradd -g users -G wheel,portage,audio,video,usb,cdrom,tty -m <username>

Delete user

# userder -r <username>

List groups

$##bl## groups $##bl## groups <username>

List users

$##bl## users

Add user to group

      1. i## gpasswd -a <user> <group>

Remove user from group

      1. i## gpasswd -d <user> <group>

Add new group

      1. i## groupadd <group>

Delete group

      1. i## groupdel <group>

File permissions

You can change file permissions with chmod.

$ chmod <r><g><u> <file>

<r> = number for root permissions <g> = number for group permissions = number for user permissions

7 = 4+2+1 (read/write/execute)
6 = 4+2 (read/write)
5 = 4+1 (read/execute)
4 = 4 (read)
3 = 2+1 (write/execute)
2 = 2 (write)
1 = 1 (execute)

Change owner and group of file

You can change owner and group of file with chown.

# chown <user>:<group> <file>

You can change owner of folder and files inside recursively with:

# chown -R <user>:<group> <folder>

Pages in category "Activity"

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