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eSight V300R009C00 Single-Node System Software Installation Guide (SUSE Linux) 09

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How Do I Assign the Permission to Execute Files to the root User

How Do I Assign the Permission to Execute Files to the root User

Question

On the Linux operating system, I do not have the permission to execute some files as the root user. How do I assign the permission to execute files to the root user?

Answer

  1. Run the following command to assign the permission to execute files to the root user:

    # chmod -R a+x File path

    NOTE:

    If the software installation package is stored in /opt/install, run the following command:

    # chmod -R a+x /opt/install

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