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<noinclude>{{DISPLAYTITLE:chmod}}</noinclude><code>chmod</code> (short for '''''ch'''ange '''mod'''e'') is a command for changing permissions on files and directories. It is used only in servers with Unix-like operating systems, such as Linux. These permissions determine whether your forum's readers can see your site, and whether the SMF [[{{Latest docs}}Package_manager|package manager]] can patch or replace a file.  <noinclude>{{#ifeq:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|Using chmod||{{For more information|using chmod}}}}.
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<noinclude>{{DISPLAYTITLE:chmod}}</noinclude><code>chmod</code> (short for '''''ch'''ange '''mod'''e'') is a command for changing permissions on files and directories. It is used only in servers with a Unix-like operating system, such as Linux. These permissions determine whether your forum's readers can see your site, and whether the SMF [[{{Latest docs}}Package_manager|package manager]] can patch or replace a file.  <noinclude>{{#ifeq:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|Using chmod||{{For more information|using chmod}}}}.
 
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Revision as of 05:45, 26 May 2015

chmod (short for change mode) is a command for changing permissions on files and directories. It is used only in servers with a Unix-like operating system, such as Linux. These permissions determine whether your forum's readers can see your site, and whether the SMF package manager can patch or replace a file. For more information, see using chmod.