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    Default command to check perms

    I used to be able to run SuSEconfig to check and fix perms on files but
    that command no longer exists in 13.1. What do I run now to to check perms?

    Ken

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    Default Re: command to check perms

    On 04/16/2014 07:05 PM, Ken Schneider wrote:
    > I used to be able to run SuSEconfig to check and fix perms on files but
    > that command no longer exists in 13.1. What do I run now to to check perms?
    >
    > Ken


    I feel like I misunderstand the question but here is my answer based on
    my understanding.

    Assuming you mean permissions for files you can check using ls -l and
    change them using chmod

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    Default Re: command to check perms

    Hi
    SuSEconfig runs the permissions module which uses the chkstat command;

    /sbin/conf.d/SuSEconfig.permissions
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    Default Re: command to check perms

    On 04/17/2014 02:24 PM, alanbortu pecked at the keyboard and wrote:
    > On 04/16/2014 07:05 PM, Ken Schneider wrote:
    >> I used to be able to run SuSEconfig to check and fix perms on files but
    >> that command no longer exists in 13.1. What do I run now to to check
    >> perms?
    >>
    >> Ken

    >
    > I feel like I misunderstand the question but here is my answer based
    > on my understanding.
    >
    > Assuming you mean permissions for files you can check using ls -l and
    > change them using chmod
    >


    Thanks anyway but no, it was a CLI command that could be run to check
    and fix permissions on system files.

    Ken

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