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How to properly setup group file permissions in MacOSX

I have a couple of users, one was created via OSX GUI, one is nobody for nginx and php-fpm. All commands below are executed as root. I created new group for my project: dscl . -create ...
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Make folders' last modified date correspond to last modified date of its child folders/files

I am working with FileZilla to locate the last modified files of my website. I thought the last modified date of a parent folder will correspond to the latest last modified date of its children files ...
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What is l type of directory with `->` and how to navigate these file

I was listing directory , it display few file/directory with l on just ahead of permission columns and these have two names separated with -> with asterisk *(that means executable) . What means of ...
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linux tree command limit number of files displayed in each directory

I want to use tree (or similar) to see the directory structure of a given directory as well as whether each subdirectory has files in it. So, how could I use tree but limit the maximum number of ...
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Batch File:List all files of a type, rename files, flatten the directory

I am looking for help with a batch file(s) that will allow me to move all files of a particular type (*.PDF's for example) to a new folder. HOWEVER I would like to have features not readily apparent ...
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FTP: Unable to connect times out on directory listing

Been going round in circles for this for days now and i'm really stuck. My ftp had been working fine through filezilla, and through the ftp interface in PHP Storm Then all of a sudden the next day i ...
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Finding the newest file in a directory with a million files

I'm currently using ls -t | head -1 to get the name of the newest file. But it takes a long time because my directory has a million files. I guess a chunk of time is lost unnecessarily in ls -t when ...
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Does wget always write FTP listings in DOS file format?

I am using wget to create an index of an FTP site (as in this question), and its ".listing" files are written in DOS file format (CRLF line-breaks) rather than Unix file format, which interferes with ...
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Can I know if the directory listing property is correctly setted on a FTP server?

I have to create a specific directory structure on an anonymous FTP server, these directories will contain some metadata files that will be read from a bot of a specific service...but this is not ...
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Import from List - Batch file

Ok here is the scenario. I am trying to figure out a way to copy users' docs and settings (Favorites, My Documents and Desktop) to a network location as a backup for decommissioned drives. My problem ...
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How can I show files only in Total Commander?

I don't want to use standard SEARCH (AltF7 in Total Commander. Instead, I would like the option to display all files (including those in subfolders of current directory). Is there a way to do it in ...
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Go to directory with unknown name

While unpacking a tarball, I encountered a directory which ls reports as "??????????????? ?????". Presumably, the name is not in unicode? Anyway, I can't figure a way to access the folder. I've tried ...
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Given an IP url, can I find url endpoints [closed]

I have an IP address with a webpage on it, reachable from the Internet. I do not have any other information about it. How can I find other URL endpoints associated with it? ...
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Download from http server all directories,files and subdirectories and so on

I want to download from remote http server all files directories,files and so on. I found some solutions to ftp server,but doesn't work to http. Until now no luck with wget -r or -m. It download all ...
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Where / how does Apache generate the HTML code used in the default directory listing?

I am looking to modify the HTML that apache generates for its default directory listing. I already know how to create a HEADER.html file that gets included for every directory listing. I am ...
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Get size of folders on an FTP Server recursively

I have an FTP Server where a large number of files/folders are stored. I would like to see how much is stored in each of the folders (including it's subfolders). Is there a way to do this? I.e. get ...
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How to list a subset of files in several directories?

I'm starting to pick up Linux. I have one directory called class03 with five directories in it: _html html dothtml images 123 I need a one-line command that lists all files with -01, -02 and -03 in ...
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Find directories with all files inside older than X?

Is it possible on linux to find directories where all contained files and directories (and sub-directories' files etc.) are older than a given age? In other words, if a directory has one or more files ...
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Where is lighttpd.conf? Mybook world 2 whitelight webserver

I'm attempting to get my Roku streaming box with a channel called Roksbox to stream content off my MyBook World 2 whitelight. I want a directory listing of a certain folder of a share, Media. It's ...
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What is a tool for getting a complete directory/file listing with detailed information including hash(es)?

Once in a while, I take a complete snapshot of my drives with a command like the following. > for %i in (%drives_hd%) do @dir %i:\/s/a/o>>File_List.txt This gives detailed information ...
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what is the command for listing files/dirs recursively of specific directories

suppose in my current directory, I have 50 sub-directories. Now, I am interested only in about 20 of those sub-directories (whose names match a pattern). I would like to recursively list the contents ...
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Specific ls output

Right now I'm calling the the following command ls -R and am receiving an output like this: .: file.txt script.php ./dir: file.txt other.java Is it possible to get the output to look like this: ...
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How to browse a website which allows directory browsing but has a default page?

There is a website which allows directory browsing; I know this for sure because I can browse directories where there is no default page. There is a directory which I want to browse, but it instead ...
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Very slow directory reads when there is lots of files

On several Windows 7 boxes I'm having trouble with very large files. On my external hard drive I have a 2.2 GB Executable (extractor) as well as a 2.3 GB 7z file. However when ever I want to go to the ...
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Windows single character wildcard returns more than expected

I'm trying to do a directory listing of files with filenames consisting of 8 characters followed by a period and a file extension in Windows command shell. The wildcard pattern I'm using is ...
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I/O error with ls on several directories

I have an NTFS partition mounted on my Ubuntu system. And one of my directories which conatians thousands of .xm music appears empty in Nautilus. When I try to list the contents using ls it says ...
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Most efficient way to get a large directory listing over network

I'm searching for specific files on a Windows 2003 server directory that contains thousands of files. The directory is part of a network volume that's mounted on my Mac. Right now I'm using find: ...
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filezilla Command: MLSD Response: 500 Error: Failed to retrieve directory listing

Recently our network was moved to the corporate network and behind the company firewall. Since the i could not access the FTP Servers using Filezilla. I can connect to them but cannot receive the ...
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Why can't I access the htdocs directory through FTP?

While others are ok, FileZilla claims that it Failed to retrieve directory listing when accessing /var/www/htdocs. The chmod is set to 775 for the htdocs directory. I was transfering a folder with ...