What you would learn in Linux: Files and Permissions course?
Permissions and access control are essential when it comes to the secure management of Linux servers. Grant McWilliams, a computer science instructor and Linux enthusiast teaches you how to manage files and directories in Enterprise Linux 8. Grant will show you how to manage file access using the standard Linux permission system. Grant also demonstrates how to grant and revoke file and directory access for users and groups. He also explains how to set up special bits to allow privilege escalation and global writable directories.
1 How to manage files and permissions in Linux 2 Things you need to know 3 Commands assistance 4. Use the exercise files
Linux Files 5 Matching files using extended globs 6 Extended Advanced globs 7 What is a File? 8 Information about files 9 More information about extended attributes 10 Getting extended attributes 11 About file globs 12 Character classes to use 13 Use globs to match files 14 Matching brace expansion 15 The magic of extended globs
Linux Files Management 16 Understanding filesystem paths 17 How to create files and directories 18 Copying files and directories 19 Moving and renaming files or directories 20 Delete files and directories 21 Linking files and directories 22 How to make file manipulation safe 23 Challenge Linux files 24 Solution Linux Files
Linux Permissions 25 Permissions for Solution 26 Standard Linux Permissions Overview 27 File and directory modes 28 29 Permissions using numeric notation 30 Permissions using symbolic notation 31 First permissions using umask 32 special file bits SUID/SGID 33 special directory bits SGID/Sticky 34 Challenge Permissions