Chmod 777 to a folder and all contents

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I have a web directory /www and a folder called store included in my directory. I have noticed that within the store, there are several files and folders. I want to however, give the folder store and all files along with folders within the store folder all the permissions.

I need help in knowing how to do this as my only guess is it can be done through .htaccess

Feb 9 in Linux Administration by Soham
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To help you with your doubt, if at all you are going for a console command it would be by using:

chmod -R 777 /www/store.

The -R (or --recursive) options make it repetitive. If desired by you, you could make all the files in the current directory have all permissions type by using:

chmod -R 777 ./

answered Feb 9 by Rahul
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