I have a file that needs to be executable in Linux, which I'd do by using
chmod +x when using Linux.
My problem is: this file is compiled in Windows, and it's a pain to have to open my Ubuntu VM to just
Is there a tool, or a method in Windows to allow me to add the
+x permission to the file, so it is executable upon receipt to a Linux machine?
I've tried searching SU and Google, but I'm only seeing irrelevant results about how
chmod doesn't exist on Windows, and to use file permissions instead - but this isn't what I'm looking for.