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- Peter Ballmer
October 20, 2007, 9:58 am
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In other words he should be able to e.g. perform:
transfer files from the system
Ok, I could add an user with useradd command.
But then: How can I apply the non-write (=read-only) permission to him ?
And additionally: Assuem the same situation as above but the user should get now
write permissions to the folder /user/home/myuser123/
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