What are negative permissions?
guru at unixarea.de
Sun Sep 16 19:50:31 UTC 2012
El día Sunday, September 16, 2012 a las 08:37:48PM +0100, Matthew Seaman escribió:
> It's where the group ownership of a file gives it fewer permissions than
> are allowed for the world in general.
> Suppose you have a file with these permissions and ownership:
> foo bar -rwx---r-x
So far so good (and correct) the theory. But, could you imagine a real
world example where this makes any sense?
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