Linux – Files and Permissions Free Tutorial Download
When it comes to managing Linux servers securely, permissions and access control are crucial. In this course, follow computer science instructor and Linux enthusiast Grant McWilliams as he explains how to manage files and directories, create links, and set permissions in CentOS 7. Grant goes into Linux file types, shows how to manipulate files, and explains how to maintain access control to files through the standard Unix permission system and Access Control Lists. He covers how to grant or revoke access to files and directories for users and groups, as well as how to set up special file bits for privilege escalation and special directory bits for owner group inheritance.
- Define file Access Control Lists.
- Describe what extended globs add to Linux pattern matching.
- State why file system recovery tools are so important for Linux users.
- Recall what execute permissions on a directory allows.
- Cite the maximum allowed default permissions on a file in Linux.
- List some of the advantages of ACLs over standard Unix permissions.
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