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changing the ownership of a file in linux

I have a file "test" on an Ubuntu system owned by the root. The ls -l option is shown below. $ ls -l test -r--r----- 1 root abacus 373 Nov 12 19:19 test I know that only the owner of a file can ...
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Why user becomes nobody?

I have a problem about linux user, I use a command to add user like: useradd -u 532 -d /data/test01 -g test test01 but when I login as test01 and run mkdir x, it becomes like: nobody test x ...
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PHP mkdir() permission denied

I've got a server setup with Centos 5.6, Apache 2.2.19 and PHP 5.2.17. PHP is being handled by suPHP. In the global php.ini safe_mode = off open_basedir = none Apache is set to run as nobody in the ...
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Copying files to my laptop makes them locked

When I save files from e.g. remote desktop or from an email (outlook) attachments, or from skype even to my local machine they show a locked Icon on the file. Then e.g. SQL Server doesn't let me ...
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Cannot access an application folder in Program files

I recently installed Windows 7 Professional 64bit on a new machine. I installed an application using a ClickOnce installer. The application runs fine, but I cannot access the application folder it ...
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In Windows Search, is there a metadata property for permissions or ACL that can be searched on?

Basically, I want to be able to search for folders a specific user or security group has access to using Windows Search, but I'm unsure if there is such a metadata attribute that can be used, e.g. ...
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Linux ownership after OS migration

I just migrated from Fedora 20 to Arch and copied over some files-everything under my Documents, to be specific, and ls -lh outputs drwxr-xr-x 2 alex users 16K Jul 3 02:40 algo where alex is my ...
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Solaris - Inheriting by files the user's ownership of directory

I have a directory with ownersip like user:group. I want to make on it something like suid on group, but for user - all of new created files have a directory ownership. For example: drwxrwx--- 2 user ...
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Unable to retain any root created files and folders after warm reboot in linux

I installed and ran petalinux on zynq board. It runs perfectly fine and boot in around 3 seconds. To boot it this fast I had to do some configuration before compiling the source. The problem that I ...
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migrate file owners on a new server

I have used Robocopy to copy all files from our old project server to a new one. The old server was not connected to a domain, and all users had there own user account locally in the server. The new ...
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Who gets ownership of a mounted file/folder in NFS?

I am stumped with a problem I raised over on superuser and I basically got around it by using NFS version 3. Now, although I no longer have the user 4294967294 problem, now the files I mount are all ...
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ownership of hard drive recoveery of files Windows 7

Here is the issue. I have an old laptop that died that was running xp. I now have a win 7 laptop. I need to get the files off the old drive. Win 7 will not let me take ownership of the drive. I can ...
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Replacing marlett.ttf in Windows 7 64-bit

The file not only seems to be locked and invisible in fonts directory but also right-click context menu is disabled for it... any ideas on how to make this file with normal attributes to do the job? ...
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User belonging to “Users” group has full access to Users\Administrator. Is this normal?

I was able to delete some files from C:\Users\Administrator\Downloads as a user belonging to Users group, then I've realised that this folder inherits a (non-special) permission that gives full ...
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Correcting owner/permissions on damaged directory tree in linux

I inadvertently made a backup copy of a directory recursively and forgot the -a (--preserve) switch when doing so. This damaged my backup directory (which contains data we need to access). The ...