changing permissions for subdirectories
sher07 at mindspring.com
Tue Jul 5 00:19:12 UTC 2005
Thanks for confirming the issue. Will try to use chown -r directory.
On 4 Jul 2005 at 23:53, David Fletcher wrote:
> On Monday 04 Jul 2005 23:13, Benjamin Sher wrote:
> > Dear friends:
> > When changing permissions for directories and subdirectories using
> > Konqueror, I check to make sure that "subdirectories" are included. But
> > the subdirectories seem to remain root and won't change to user. Of if
> > the subdirectories change to user, the directories and files beneath
> > them do NOT. Why is that?
> > Thank you.
> > Benjamin
> I think I might also have had trouble with this.
> It doesn't answer your question but what I do is just use chown and chmod with
> the -R option and that does the job nicely.
> Dave F
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