File Access Permissions and Copying/Moving Files
As we have already seen the file access permissions are powerful set of Linux tools, which provide the user the ability to control what rights others may have to modify or read their files. Figure 352 shows the permissions panel, which is selected under Edit->Properties. File permissions can be changed by the file's user/owner or the system administrator by clicking in the desired boxes and selecting OK.
Linux supports moving and copying files or directories through drag and drop. By right clicking on a file or directory, one can drag the icon to the desired directory location and releasing the button. A small pop-up will appear. The move, copy or create a link function can be selected to perform the associated action. Creating a link to a file or application is analogous to creating an alias to a file in Windows.
Before starting the server configuration process read the documentation for the server to be configured so that it can be properly and completely configured and not leave the system with serious security holes.
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