In the FreeBSD handbook when it talks about the file flags permissions it says: "These flags add an additional level of security and control over files, but not directories." Well, I am able to put file flags in directories as well. If I do: mkdir curric chflags uchange curric It works well and then I can't modify the contents of the directory. So it works flawlessly. Anybody knows that everything in Unix is a file, so flags can be applied to anything. So, the handbook is wrong in this aspect, isn't it?
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