As a Linux novice user, you learn about the permissions and ownership associated with the file and directories. Linux/Unix-like operating systems allow you to set a combination of nine bits permissions to prevent other users from unnecessary files/directory access. Similar to these are special permissions for executable files known as set UID, set GID, and sticky bits.
What are Set UID, Get UID, and Sticky Bits in Linux File Permissions?
by Malika Karoum / Thursday, 30 December 2021 / Published in Malika Karoum Global News
Tagged under: Bits, FILE, Linux, Permissions, Sticky