Re: Problem in changing permissions for a directory
On Thu, Apr 30, 2015 at 5:19 PM, Sebastian Kapfer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
those are virtual directories, which don't really exist on the hard disk.
They're just simulated by the Linux kernel, and it wouldn't make a whole
lot of sense to change their permissions. Actually, if you could change
permissions under /proc, chances are you might break something ;-)
On 30.04.15 23:58, Gabriel Philippe wrote:
On my laptop I'm very happy to be able to change the permissions of files
in /sys (which are quite similar to files in /proc, at least for what we
use them for).
that mostly depends on the filesystem. proc does not support that, sysfs
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