"Anil Garg" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> As exectuable file means it can be executed by './' ..but whats the
> significance of and executable directory (i.e a director with executable
> rights).

You can't search in the directory without executable rights:
$ mkdir aaa
$ touch aaa/bb
$ find aaa/ -name "bb"
$ chmod a-x aaa/
$ find aaa/ -name "bb"

You cannot delete the directory if it's not empty:
$ rm -rf aaa/
rm: aaa/: Directory not empty

Alexander Pohoyda
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