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Old 17th March 2009, 19:23
renegadeviking renegadeviking is offline
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Default Find Command dillemma

Hi Linux enthusiast.

I'm having trouble with the Find / -perm command. I am trying to located all the files in my home directory + subdirectories granting read, write execute FOR ALL USERS.

I don't know if I should do find / -perm +u=rwx or find / -perm -u=rwx or find / -perm -o=rwx or find / -perm +o=rwx. Help much appreciated.

AND IT HAS TO BE WRITTEN LIKE THOSE AND NO OTHER WAY AROUND IT, BECAUSE IT IS HOMEWORK

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Old 19th April 2009, 23:21
tebokkel tebokkel is offline
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Cool

Assuming your homework is loooong way due:

find / -type f -perm -o=rwx

It's in the manual..
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