Type “sudo chmod a+rwx /path/to/file” into the terminal, replacing “/path/to/file” with the file you want to give permissions to everyone for, and press “Enter.” You can also use the command “sudo chmod -R a+rwx /path/to/folder” to give permissions to a folder and every file and folder inside it.
If for example we use the chmod 777 command: chmod 777 We are saying that we give the 3 types of users maximum permission, giving them reading, execution and writing, and it is if we have added 4 + 2 + 1 that is why we use three times 7. If we want to give write read permissions then it would be 4+ 2 = 6 if what we want is just to read would be 4.
Mar 08, 2020 · Never Use chmod 777 # Setting 777 permissions to a file or directory means that it will be readable, writable and executable by all users and may pose a huge security risk. For example, if you recursively change the permissions of all files and subdirectories under the /var/www directory to 777 , any user on the system will be able to create, delete or modify files in that directory.
Try the verbose switch: chmod -v 777 * – Dennis Jul 20 '12 at 15:23 You can also try chmod a+x * (or even better chmod a+x buildedfile.out ) if that works and you just need to execute a file maybe it's only the 777 thing wich causes trouble :/ – Flinth Jul 20 '12 at 15:25
Dec 18, 2016 · sudo wget arrg.us/HF/UpDate/hostup.sh sudo chmod 777 hostup.sh (it just comes back to the prompt, it doesn't look like it does a thing. This just changes the hostup.sh to a file that you can execute by using the "sudo./ command")
sudo chmod 777 filename = I don't know the file name; I put in the random numbers/ letters assigned to it, but get error: no such file or directory. Same with chown. When I put the usb card-reader into the computer, the comp automatically gives the ext media a name, such as lj4l5jlj069ofjrkle5kg05.
$ sudo apt-get install default-jre. It may be that the default JRE is not compatible in which case you can try: $ sudo apt-add-repository ppa:webupd8team/java $ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get install oracle-java8-installer. Install packages that create a “fake” display for Processing to render to.
View (u)ser, (g)roup and (o)thers permissions for chmod 770 (chmod a+rwx,o-rwx) or use free online chmod calculator to modify permissions easily.