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Old 07-01-2004, 09:28 AM   #1
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permissions for group files/directories transferred from Netware

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Redhat 9

I have root privileges and can access as su.

Copying over entire directory structure and files from Netware server for a user group.

Need to give all users in the group rwe ability.

Is there a(n easy) way to give the entire directory rwe rights for all users of the group and make it parent/child downward into the directory?

Trying to make is such that all files I transfer in now as well as any file created or transferred into this directory structure in the future can be used/changed/deleted etc. by all group members. Is this possible?



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