CHMOD in shell : chmod 777 /usr/ <---is that right?
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as Keefaz said, something is wrong if you need/want to make a chmod 777 /usr/...
for sure you will find out after 1 minute that was a big mistake... Safety reasons..
also, as far as I know, for chmod -R 777 /usr/ there is no UNDO !!