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chmod: cannot access '777': No such file or directory

Question:How do you resolve Linux Error: chmod: cannot access '777': No such file or directory?


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Make sure you have typed: sudo chmod -R 777 /DirectoryName  the reason for that error is because you typed small letter -r. Linux is case sensive when it comes to commands.


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Jack said:

Word or Caution, make sure you understand making a directory access privileges to 777, this is a sign that you are not aware of other secure permission like 666. If you do this keep in mind that you are allowing everyone to access to this directory.

Posted On: March 08, 2022 15:00:03 PM

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