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Re: Plus sign '+' in file permissions
On Tue, Nov 18, 2003 at 11:07:11AM -0500, Derek Mahar wrote:
>To what does the plus sign '+' refer at the end of the list of file
>permissions in a Cygwin directory listing (for example, -rw-rw-rw-+)?
>I'm unfamiliar with this permission since I've never seen it in either
>Solaris or Linux directory listings. Using bash or Windows Explorer,
>how do I enable or disable this file permission?
>Once or twice, after having changed NTFS file permissions, I've seen the
>plus sign '+' disappear, but I don't know exactly how I did it, what
>permission(s) I changed, or how to repeat the process.
The command for finding out about 'ls' is 'info ls'. I haven't checked
but I'm sure that it must talk about what the fields it displays mean.
Probably just a search for a '+' is all that is required.
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