Unix Tip #4643- November 27, 2014


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CHANGING PERMS RECURSIVELY


*** NOTE: Odly enough, the previous mailing
of this tip did not go through do to a
permissions problem. Sorry.

To change permissions recursively for all files in a
directory

find dirname -exec chmod xxx {} \; -print

where dirname is the directory you want to change permissions.



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