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Old 01-28-2010, 10:05 PM   #1
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what are suid , sgid and sticky bit ?

what are suid , sgid and sticky bit ?
Would somebody describe with examples.
Thanking in advance
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Originally Posted by kishor2489 View Post
what are suid , sgid and sticky bit ?
Would somebody describe with examples.
Thanking in advance
Wikipedia already provides descriptions and examples of this:

You should check out that documentation and then use this thread for more specific questions if you have any. BTW, I'm moving this to Newbie, so that it may get more adequate exposure.


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