User and Group Privilege

type ls -al in the terminal Privilege: There are 10 bits in privilege part. bit 1: [d] – directory [-] –  file [l] – link file [b] – interface devices [c] – serial port devices, such as mouse, keyboard bit 2-4: privilege of the file owner. read, write and execute […]

Linux – Hardware

Device Name In Linux, all the devices are treated as files that are stored in /dev directory. For example, IDE disks are saved as /dev/hd[a-d] SCSI/SATA/USB disks are saved as /dev/sd[a-p] USB devices are saved as /dev/sd[a-p] (same as SATA disks) Partition Table Partition Table lies on the first sector […]