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File Permissions

Files on the server have three types of access:

1. read

2. write

3. execute

File names can be up to 256 character long with "-","_", and "." character along with letters and numbers.

Your FTP program will contain an option to set file permissions using chmod, a linux command.

Common examples of chmod settings are as follows:

chmod +x - make the file executable

chmod 400 - only the user may read the file

chmod 764 - user may read, write, execute. Group may read and execute. Other users may read the file only.

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