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 Using Terminal in OS X

"These two commands are used frequently on the command line to set the correct ownership and permissions of files. For this example, we will assume you have a Perl script to put into the cgi-bin directory to use on your local web server. If this file is located in your Documents folder in a directory called Perl, we would issue cd Documents/Perl from the Terminal. We can then issue ls to insure we have the right name of the file."
Using Terminal in OS X

 (Submitted by Blane Warrene Mon Apr 12, 2004 )

  


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