Al wrote:
> I understand dir perms pretty well; but, have a
question I can't readily
> find
> the answer to.

> Under a Linux system, scripts can't write, copy, etc. to other
dirs unless
> the
> perms are set for writable for the
script e.g., nobody.
> But, is there a way a script can
write or copy within its own dir?
Not unless it has
permission to do so.  Most likely, however, it can write to the temp
space such as /tmp or /var/tmp.


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