This article will guide you on how to give #Chmod 777 to folders and files in #Linux. We also discussed the risks and more information about file permissions.
If you are managing a Linux system, it is crucial to know how the Linux #permissions work.
You should never set 777 (rwxrwxrwx) permissions #files and #directories permissions. 777 means that anyone can do anything with those files.
To Give Root Privileges to a User in Linux:
1. Adding to Root Group using usermod. Let see how we can grant normal user root access by adding to root group.
2. Adding to #Root Group using Useradd Command.
3. Editing /etc/passwd file.
4. Setting as Sudo User.