What are the file permissions in Linux?

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What are the different file permission used in Linux? Can someone explain them in detail?
Mar 8 in Others by David
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There are 3 types of permissions in Linux for handling file these can be listed down as follows:

  1. Read: User can read the file and list the directory.
  2. Write: User can write new files in the directory.
  3. Execute: User can access and run the file in a directory.
answered Mar 8 by Naba

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