Re: Folder Permission question
Originally Posted by BStrizzy
oh yes you can delete it. why --> in unix/linux you ain't delete the file (and its contence).
your folder school, i guess, looks like "drwxrwx000". but for sure it is set for write permission for the group. now back to "rm". if you delete a file in a folder (wich is a file too) you only delete the inode entry. there for the file is unvisible with ls but the contens is still on the disk. just give the file the sticky-bit.
using e.g.: chmod 1750 that gives you the permissions: drwxr-x--T . that means: owner can do anything, group can only read and walk around and other can do nothing.
on the system have a look at /tmp
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