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How can I change the file permissions in VOSS?

  • 15 October 2020
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Hello,

how can I change the file permissions in VOSS. I found the command “attribute” but it’s not clear for me if it the correct command and how I add or remove permissions for a file.

 

Any ideas?

 

Regards

Stephan

 

 

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Best answer by StephanH 15 October 2020, 22:10

Hi Mig,

strange but it is working.

I have always tried to put a space between R and the +, that does not work. 

Why:

 -R == read 
and
+R == write 

you do not have to understand but it works!

 

Thank you for the fast help.

 

Regards

Stephan

 

 

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Hi Stefan,

 

I never played with but it gives some strange results :joy:

JOL-MON-LAN-CL1-2:1#ls VOSS7400.8.1.7.0.tgz

Listing Directory /intflash:

-rw-r--r--  1 0       0      238749927 Sep 25 16:08  VOSS7400.8.1.7.0.tgz


JOL-MON-LAN-CL1-2:1#attribute VOSS7400.8.1.7.0.tgz +R

JOL-MON-LAN-CL1-2:1#ls VOSS7400.8.1.7.0.tgz

Listing Directory /intflash:

-r-xr-xr-x  1 0       0      238749927 Sep 25 16:08  VOSS7400.8.1.7.0.tgz


JOL-MON-LAN-CL1-2:1#attribute VOSS7400.8.1.7.0.tgz -R

JOL-MON-LAN-CL1-2:1#ls VOSS7400.8.1.7.0.tgz

Listing Directory /intflash:

-rwxrwxrwx  1 0       0      238749927 Sep 25 16:08  VOSS7400.8.1.7.0.tgz

Mig

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Hi Mig,

strange but it is working.

I have always tried to put a space between R and the +, that does not work. 

Why:

 -R == read 
and
+R == write 

you do not have to understand but it works!

 

Thank you for the fast help.

 

Regards

Stephan

 

 

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