I have created one user in my system. But this user don't have the permission to read /root folder. Can anyone tell me how can I give read power to any user of /root folder?
You can use chmod command in your Linux system. By default, no user has the permissions to read /root folder. But you can change the permission by using the below-given command.
$ chmod o+r /root/
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