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Thread: chmod 777
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Thats a bit strange. If it has perms of 777 then any normal user can do what they want to the file, so its probably best to change the perms to 755. The question is how did chmod end up with perms of 777 when usually it has perms of 755.
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Are you sure you are not refering to the symbolic link of chmod and not chmod itself?
It should have 755. I've double checked this on openSUSE and Mandriva.
09-12-2007 #7So other users are able to read the file? That doesnt make sence.
Anywho, ok thx..