what is "S" instead of "X" in the file permission when i look at /usr/bin/chsh?
I was looking at program /usr/bin/chsh, and found that the word "S" instead of "X" on the permission :
Wondering, what was this "S"?
Also, i was practising a few command: I got a root user, and two general users which i created, ie. player1 and player2, both in the same group.
Now, i want to make player1 as the root person too, that is a superuser, so i know the user id of the super user is 0. I was wanting to know the command for changing this? After this, i want to change again the uid and gid of player1 to that of player2. Please help me in my these three quries, as i am really new and fresh to Linux.
Awaiting reply from some one.