File Permissions and the chmod/chgrp/chown commands
user ownership as specified and changes the group ownership to the specified
user?s login group.
then only the groupownership is changed. This is effectively the same as
the chgrp command.
user ownership is changed.
The chgrp command is used to change the group ownership of one or more files
or directories. Its general syntax is :
chgrp [-Rcfv] groupname foo.txt
The flags used here are also the same as those in the chmod command. The
changes in ownership are applied to the groupname and the filename specified.
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