Chmod

In Unix-like operating systems, chmod is the name of a Unix shell command and a system call, which both change the access permissions to file system objects (including files and directories), as well as specifying special flags. The name is an abbreviation of change mode.
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  • How To Create Your Own URL Shortener With YOURLS

    … permissions (chmod) to 777. When you run the YOURLS installation, it will need to be able to write to it. After the installation, you can change it back to 644. Step 3: Create Database Create your MySQL database and save the username and password (with full permissions), database name and database server name, which will be used in the next step…

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