[sf-lug] File Permissions - surprises

Ken Shaffer kenshaffer80 at gmail.com
Tue Jun 7 16:32:01 PDT 2022

Then there's the stuff which changes with kernel params, like
fs.protected_regular see:

On 6/7/22, Ronald Barnes <ron at ronaldbarnes.ca> wrote:
> The Gnu World Order podcast (hosted by Klaatu) has a really interesting
> episode about Linux file permissions where he explores some edge cases
> with surprising results.
>> http://gnuworldorder.info/audiophile/gnuWorldOrder_462v_spx.opus
>> Can you rename a file that's set to read-only? If you said "no" then you
>> don't
>> know UNIX file permissions as well as you think you do. Hear all about
>> the
>> details in this episode.
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