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Old 05-06-2005, 01:53 AM   #1
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About the file permission

there is a directory eg. /usr/local/bin , all the files under this directory :
1. the file and directory owner is user1:edp ,
2. the permission is 644

I want everyone hv permission to overwrite all files and write a new file to it , but I want the file owner and permssion keep unchange , could suggest what can I do ? thx
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