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Harsha HR
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Permissions

HI all,

I have doubt will explain a scenario..
there are 4 groups g1 g2 g3 g4 with 4 user's u1 u2 u3 u4 in that u1 is a member of group g1, u2 is a member of g2,u3 member of g3 & u4 member of g4. If i want to give permissions for a file to these 4 users is thr any way with out creating a new group for 4 user's ????
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Pete Randall
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Re: Permissions

Without giving global permissions, you would have to create a new group and place all the users in that group.


Pete

Pete
rariasn
Honored Contributor

Re: Permissions

Hi Harsha,

No.

user "cmmod" command.
The chmod command changes the permissions of one or more files according to the value of symbolic_mode_list or numeric_mode. You can
display the current permissions for a file with the ls -l command (see ls(1)).

# man chmod

Other options:

http://www.docs.hp.com/en/B2355-90950/ch08s04.html

rgs,
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Re: Permissions

>If I want to give permissions for a file to these 4 users is there any way without creating a new group?

I would assume you could do that with ACLs?
Jacques Carriere
Regular Advisor

Re: Permissions

You may want to add a umask xxx to their .profile.

Jacques