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Changing File Permissions

The current permission level is listed in the table under the "Perm." column (second column from file/folder name). To change the permission level of a file or folder:

1. Simply click on the permissions.

filemanager permissions

You will be able to modify them, after you are done, click green check button.

2. Press "X" button of your file at the right side of table.

filemanager permissions

You will be able to modify them, after you are done, click green check button.

 

3. Place a check next to the file(s) or folder(s) you wish to modify. Click "Set Permissions" button. You will be prompted detailed selecton of desired permissions. Modify permissions and click "Set" button.

filemanager permissions

Some common permission levels are:

Files

600  Makes a file inaccessible
644  Readable by everyone (e.g. HTML documents)
666  File can be read and modified (e.g. files modified by scripts)
755  File can be read and executed by everyone (e.g. for scripts)
777  Writable and executable by everyone (not recommended)

Directories

711  Files in directory can be read by everyone, but not contents
755  Files and contents of directory can be seen by everyone
777  Allows full read/write/delete access to a directory (not recommended)

Most scripts need to be set to 755. Please refer to the script's documentation for proper installation instructions.

To learn more about file permissions click here.

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