Hi,I thought I solved the issue by not having Execute permissions with the SetGid on the Captures directory.I changed the permissions to: drwxrws---+ 2 root ... [by xq1xq1]
on 04/13/2010 – Made popular on 04/13/2010
If a directory /foo/bar/baz has 700 (rwx------) for its permissions, thereby making it inaccessible to all but its owner (and the superuser), does it matter what the "group" and "other" permissions are for the directories and files under /foo/bar/baz?
What motivated this question is that I noticed that the files
in a freshly-installed Debian system have 644 (rw-r
I changed permission on /usr/lib by doing a recursive call to chown by using sudo. And after that, the system has just been weird. I don't have any network/audio interfaces working; pretty much the entire system is down and is throwing weird errors.
This is a double post, but I'm not getting much help at gentoo forums.
I ran chmod 755 * -R in the #$@Q!ing root, instead of somewhere else. Stupid. I realized it when it got to /proc and gave errors. I can SSH in, but I cannot su to root. I still have the root session open though.