1. Gabriel Turqos's Avatar
    I have a directory where a lot of bash script or sh file exist. I want to change their permission to the 770 with the chmod command. How can I accomplish that? Thanks
    05-15-2019 05:10 AM
  2. YamiYukiSenpai's Avatar
    $find /my/bashfiles/-type d -name*.c -exec chmod 770{}\;
    Shouldn't it be: `$ find [directory name] -type f -name *.sh -exec chmod 770`?
    08-26-2019 10:24 PM

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