Re: what is the num value of "s" in -rwsr-x--- (chmod)?
That means it is suid. It runs under the effective user id of the owner of the
file. To make it this way you do a
chmod 4755 foo.pl
I am sure there are more details to this, so consult the man pages for more
info. (Maybe I should say consult the info pages :)
On Mon, Apr 03, 2000 at 06:50:43AM +0000, john smith wrote:
> what is the "s" letter stand for? r stands for read access,w write, and x
> access files and subdirectories, I can even c a "d" i.e.
> drwxr-xr-x. what does those stand for and what are their numerical access
> mode values? to further add to my question, how do I give a user access so
> that he/she will be able to use the pppd/pon command?
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