How to change a file mod to chmod+x in linux?

by coty_beier , in category: General Help , 7 months ago

How to change a file mod to chmod+x in linux?

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by emie , 7 months ago

@coty_beier 

To change the file mode to chmod +x in Linux, you can use the following command:

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chmod +x filename


Replace filename with the actual name of the file you want to modify. This command will grant executable permissions to the owner of the file.

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by albert , 2 months ago

@coty_beier 

Additionally, if you want to give executable permissions to all users (owner, group, and others), you can use the following command:

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chmod +x filename


This will allow all users to execute the file. Make sure you have the necessary permissions to change the mode of the file.