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Set user access permissions

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  • MilesWeb

    If you have terminal or sudo access, you can use the below command to permit any user for any specific directory or file.


    sefacl -m u:user_name:755 file_name

    Please replace the user_name and file/directory name as per your requirements.

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  • cPRex Jurassic Moderator

    MilesWeb - please stop replying to older threads, especially with irrelevant details.  If this continues to happen, I'll be forced to delete your account.

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