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Linux file permissions and ownership
The basics of file ownership and permissions on Linux. Learn to understand who are the owners of a file or directory, how the file permissions work and how you can view them, and learn how to set basic file permissions yourself.
Category: Working with files

How to change a file's owner and group
Learn how to change the owner and group ownership of files and directories with the chown and chgrp commands.
Category: Working with files

How to edit and understand /etc/fstab
The mounting tuXfile follow-up. Learn how a configuration file called /etc/fstab is used in conjunction with the mount command. If you have troubles accessing stuff like floppies, CDs, or MS Windows partitions, you probably have a misconfigured /etc/fstab file.
Category: File systems and directories

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