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Linux (Basic Level)
Author: Gabriel Torres Last Updated: July 18, 2012

1. What does the command chmod 755 file_name do?

It configures a file to be a read-only file.
It allows the file owner to overwrite the file, but all other users are only allowed to read it.
It allows the file owner to execute the file, but all other users are only allowed to read it.
It allows the file owner to read, execute and write the file, but all other users are only allowed to read it.
None of the above.


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