chown command in Linux with Examples

chown command means Change an owner of a file and/or the group the file is associated with.

chown command in Linux with Examples

Syntax

chown [OPTION]… [OWNER][:[GROUP]] FILE…
chown [OPTION]… –reference=RFILE FILE…

On the man page, the describes it

  • chown – change file owner and group.
  • man chown – More details information about chown command.

chown command in Linux with Examples

$ chown huupv:huupv mydevops.txt

Conclusion

chown command is a simple command in Linux. It is the most popular in use terminal Linux change file owner and group. Thank you for reading the DevopsRoles page!

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