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I could see that a file is in read only mode.

how can change the permission to read write mode and update the file..
nobleitAsked:
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megadeth199Commented:
chmod 777 filename wil give everyone possible to read write

the number are in order to determine permission for user   group  anonyme

you can get more info at
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chmod 
and
http://service.futurequest.net/index.php?_m=knowledgebase&_a=viewarticle&kbarticleid=27
Abhishek_ChibCommented:
Hi,

Use command chmod 775 file name

After that again change to read mode 444

Rem :

Read - 4
Write - 2
Execute - 1
Total - 7

and 777 or 774 means three groups :

First 7 - Owner of file
Second 7 - Owner Group
Third 7 - Others

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