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    Viewing file and folder group ownership information


    How can I see which group a file and folder is set to from terminal?

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    Use the ls -l command. For example, if you have a file named test in /home/user you could do: ls -l /home/user/test
    For permissions on folders/files in /home/user do: ls -l /home/user.

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    LOL omg, I've been using that command all day and the answers been looking at me in my face. lol thanks man!

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