when i use "chmod" command,usually i just use 3 numbers
such as "755,640 etc.",but i saw some usages of it are like this "0755,4640...", i don't know what's the first number used for? (a boot told me that the first number could be "0,1,2,4",please introduce it to me more detailed
4xxx - Makes the file setuid. When the binary runs it adopts the user priveleges of the file rather than the person running the binary (often dangerous)
2x#x - If # is 7,5,3 or 1 makes the file setgid.
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