Change Linux folder permissions (recursive) for one user
I'd like to change the folder permissions to something like 755 for the folder /var/lib/mysql for the user "vkimura". What's the linux command to do this? I have a Centos and Ubuntu machine. Are they the same command?
So something like this:
chmod [-R] ### <filename or directory>
but specifically apply this command to only a user. I have to use su - to do this.
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