Originally Posted by seemashaikh
I am pretty new to Linux. My client has a Linux(Centos) server. There is a folder which has been shared and users have created their own folders under this shared folder. Now if user B tries to change a file created by user A or tries to save the file under a different name it gives a permission issue. I use webmin to administer the server as I am completely new. I want any user to be able to read, write and delete files in any folder irrespective of who created it. Please help!
I would request you give a strong reason behind this. It is really not safe to allow everyone full control of folders they do not own. Privacy is also something you need to respect in this regard.
It is not a very wise decision to allow full control to everyone. Someone might just with fun loving attitude delete the files and never tell he/she did it. And that you do not have much experience with Linux it would be difficult to trace the things in future.
Ok I need to type much faster than I do. I will have to learn it. unspawn has already taken the same points.