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    enable write permissions


    How do I enable write permissions for the usr/sbin folder? Thanks.

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    They are probably already enabled, but only for the root user (as they should be). Use "su -" to become root, and then you'll have all the permissions you need.
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    Do you have to use the command box to move it? If so, what command would I use to move it to the /usr/sbin folder?

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    Code:
    mv file /usr/sbin/
    for more info on "mv"
    Code:
    man mv

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