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how can I write this command in ubuntu drwxrwxrwt

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how can I write this command in ubuntu drwxrwxrwt
need make a folder have this permission drwxrwxrwt
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by:torimar
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To create the "rwxrwxrw" permission, you would write:

sudo chmod 776 foldername

To set the sticky bit ("t"), you would write:

sudo chmod +t foldername


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by:1030071002
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how you get the d at the bigining
drwxrwxrwt
 
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by:torimar
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You don't get the 'd'.
That is just a marker for a 'directory'. Every folder has it, files don't.
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which is to say:
Folders have the 'd' automatically.
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