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its an assignment that i have to do. I have to create a folder in my account only accessible to me change its group and then without changing permissions find a way to let other user to viwe files in it. The hint that he gave us is that it hase to start with cp /bin/ls $HOME/ls.
Wow, this is convoluted. I'm unfortunately bound by the rules Tinkster mentioned, but apparently, there is a way that I would never heave thought of. Is it specific to not changing the permissions of the folder? My curiousities are piqued, sadly.