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When you use the command ls l, a list of file names is displayed. The first column in this list details the file type, and the other columns show the permissions applied to the file. If a permission is denied for a set, User (the owner), Group, or Others, it s represented by a hyphen. d r User w x r Group w x r Others w x
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APPENDIX A GNU/LINUX COMMANDS
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Permission labels
r=read w=write x=execute
Each type of permission is given a numerical value. Read = 4 Write = 2 Execute = 1 These values can be added together to create a permission code. You can alter permissions on a specific file using the chmod command and the appropriate code for each set. For example, the command chmod 764 filename makes the file filename r-w-x for the user, r-w for the group, and r for any others.
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chmod 600 chmod 700 chmod 755 chmod 711 chmod 444 chmod +x filename chmod go-w filename chmod ug=r filename Apply read and write permissions for User only. Apply read, write, and execute permissions for User only. Apply full permission for User and read and execute for Group and Others. Apply full permission for User and execute for Group and Others. Apply read permissions only for everybody. Make the file filename executable for everybody. Revoke write permissions for Group and Others on the file filename. Set the permissions to readable only for User and Group on the file filename. Set the permissions to readable only for everybody, and add writeable for User on the file filename.
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APPENDIX A GNU/LINUX COMMANDS
Symbolic Links
ln -l linkname find . -type l -exec ls -l {} \; Display the link-path for a link. Find all symbolic links, and show what they point to.
User Administration
useradd username passwd username sudo command su username exit Create a new user account named username. Assign a password to username. Run command with root powers. Requires the user s password. Switch user to username. Requires the other user s password. Exit, log off, or log out of account.
Printing
/etc/init.d/cupsys start /etc/init.d/cupsys stop /etc/init.d/cupsys status lpq lpq -a lpr lprm lpc Start the print daemon. Stop the print daemon. Display the status of the print daemon. Query and display jobs in the print queue. As above for all printers controlled by the cupsys daemon. Print a file. Remove jobs from print queue. Start the printer control tool.
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APPENDIX A GNU/LINUX COMMANDS
man Pages
man -k word man subject | col -b | lpr man -t subject | col -b | lpr Display man pages containing word. Print the man page subject as plain text. Print the man page subject as Postscript.
Each man page is organized into sections: Name Synopsis Description Files See Also Bugs Author The name of the command and a brief description How to use the command and command-line options An explanation of the program and its options A list of files used by the command and their location A list of related man pages Known problems The program s main author and other contributors
Shutdown and Reboot
shutdown -h now shutdown -r now shutdown -r +5 halt reboot Shut down the system now, and halt (no reboot). Shut down the system now, and reboot. Shut down the system in 5 minutes, and reboot. Stop all processes, and shut down. Stop all processes, and reboot.
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APPENDIX A GNU/LINUX COMMANDS
Installing Software
./configure ; make ; make install Execute the scripts preparing the source files for compiling and installation on the system. Update the package list. Upgrade installed packages. Install the package name (also resolve any dependencies). Remove the package name (also remove any unneeded dependencies). Install the package pkg.deb. Remove the package pkg.deb. Install all packages in the directory temp (including subdirectories) that are newer than the installed versions or not already installed.
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