Re: [nslu2-linux] Unslung 6.8. Where has chgrp gone?
- You can use chownIt accepts a command-line of the form:chown [-R] <username>[.<groupname>] <your_file_name(s)>So you could use:chown root.everyone your_file_nameCheersIan W.----- Original Message -----From: cmelikianSent: Wednesday, July 04, 2007 1:27 PMSubject: [nslu2-linux] Unslung 6.8. Where has chgrp gone?
I have an Unslung 6.8 slug. I can chown but can't chgrp.
The file has been changed to be owned by guest but the group ownership
is root. I think i need to change it to "everyone".
Any ideas how to do this without chgrp? I tried searching but no luck
so don't think it's a path issue....
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Ian White" <iandavidwhite@...>
> You can use chown
> It accepts a command-line of the form:
> chown [-R] <username>[.<groupname>] <your_file_name(s)>
> So you could use:
> chown root.everyone your_file_name
ipkg install coreutils
Worked for me.