Understanding File Permissions: What Does “Chmod 777” Mean?

Are you a Linux user or a webmaster managing your own website which is probably hosted on a Linux server Sooner or later you8217ll try to upload a file or modify a document and will receive the following error 8220You do not have the permissions to upload file to the folder.8221 After some Googling the solution is often as easy as setting the file permission to 82207758221 or 8220777.8221 But what does 82207778221 mean And why must it be 822078221 and not 822088221 or 822098221 Related How to Rename Files in Linux Understanding File Permissions Unix8230 Read more.


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