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Frequently Asked Questions - Cool FTP

  1. What is CHMOD ?
    CHMOD is the Unix command to change file permissions. By changing the permissions of a file, you are changing the access rights to that file. The CHMOD setting of a file determines who is allowed to access the file, edit the file, or execute the file.

  2. How CHMOD Settings
    CHMOD settings can be numeric: 755 or simply by permissions: rwxr_xr_x

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