Short for : Change Mode. A command that lets the webmaster change the permissions associated with a file or directory on a UNIX system. See also our Script Installation FAQ
To change the permissions for a file
CHMOD is to do with the files on your server. It's complicated at first, but something that's important and that will need to be learnt prior to setting up most web scripts. The best thing to do is to take a look at this tutorial: CHMOD Tutorial - which has an in-depth look at what it is, and how to do it.
chmod(1V) change the permissions mode of a file
A UNIX utility for changing the permissions status of files. See permissions.
a number, it references reading, writing, execution and group access of a file or folder
Chmod is a unix command that changes the access permissions of files.
Ch ange mod A method of changing the permissions of a file on a UNIX server. Files in phpBB should be chmodded 644, directories should be chmodded to 755 and avatar upload directories and templates cache directories (if you are using it) chmodded to 777. See also: Chmod
Changes the access mode of a file 1103
Short for CHange MODe, a UNIX command that changes the access permissions of files or directories in order to read, write or execute files. A brief explaination and tutorial can be found here: http://www.tamba2.org.uk/ftp
Change mode - The Unix command and system call to change the access permissions of a named file. back to install guide
Abbreviation for "change mode" -- a UNIX command used by a file owner or administrator to change the access permissions of files or directories in order to read, write, or execute files.
chmod changes the permissions of each given file according to mode, which can be either a symbolic representation of changes to make, or an octal number representing the bit pattern for the new permissions.
chmod is a Unix command for setting the permissions of a file or directory. It is short for change mode. If permissions are not set properly Coranto will not work because it can not create output files or the script may not be allowed to run on the server. See: chmod Explained.
A UNIX command meaning "change module."
CHMOD or Change Mode allows you to change the access permissions of a named file (CGI, PHP, ect.). Each file (directory, device, etc.) has nine kinds of access which can be allowed or denied. Different permissions apply to the owner of the file, the members of the group the file belongs to, and all users. Each of these classes of user (owner, group and other) can have permission to read, write or execute the file.
CHMOD is a set of permissions you assign to a file. Scripts and files can be chmod to read, write, or execute or a combination of all of the above.
UNIX command to set the various permissions on a file +/-Read (4) +/-Write (2) +/-Execute (1)
The chmod command (abbreviated from change mode) is a shell command in Unix and Unix-like environments.