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3.6.5. File permissions

  • Can you change file permissions on /home?

  • What is your standard file creation mode?

  • Change ownership of /etc to your own user and group.

  • Change file permissions of ~/.bashrc so that only you and your primary group can read it.

  • Issue the command locate root. Do you notice anything special?

  • Make a symbolic link to /root. Can it be used?

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