Linux/Unix Groups!! How and Why?

This is a completion to the previouse article chmod vs chwon. *NIX GROUPS Usually, at work or with my personal project, you set up groups to create a framework of permssions of who can do and don't. And its quite simple (well, not really). To find a whole list of…

5 Pillars Of OO: Part 1 Inheritance

5 Pillars Of OO: Part 1 Inheritance In the world of object-oriented languages and programming, there are 5 main important subjects. The following 5 series of articles will tackle these important subjects. The 5 Pillars of OO are: Inheritance Encapsulation Overloading & Overriding (Reflection) Polymorphism And a sense of humour…

chmod VS chown

So what is the difference between *NIX's chmod and chown. For the sake of simplicity lets create a simple file called temp and a directory call test the command touch creates a file and ll or ls -l list all files and directories and showing the rights and owners with…