Warning with Recursive chmod. Changing the File Owner and Group. To assign reasonably secure permissions to files and folders/directories, it's common to give files a permission of 644, and...
The basic command for changing file permissions in unix based operating systems is the 'chmod' command. This command is executed with a set of parameters after it. With most FTP clients, you can simply select the filename you want to change the permissions of, right click, and choose the chmod command.
Nixpal.com Chmod all files to 644 and all folders to 755 of a directory NixPal > Guides > Tutorials > Apache > Chmod all files to 644 and all folders to 755 of a directory January 22, 2015 NixPal Chris Apache , Centos / RHEL , Debian , Fedora , FreeBSD , Security , Tutorials , Ubuntu Leave a comment 2
Nov 24, 2011 · Git manages file permissions for each file in the repository. It may be appropriate to have the executable bit set for shell/bash files to make them easier to execute in Linux systems. Windows own file permissions does not map to the Git file permissions so it may be a bit hard to change file permissions when you are on Windows.