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Which permission allows a user to run an executable with the permissions of the owner of that file?

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Which permission allows a user to run an executable with the permissions of the owner of that file?
posted Feb 9, 2016 by Mohammed Hussain

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You can use chown command

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The Set-User-ID is a special permission that allows a user to run an executable with the permissions of the owner of that file.

answer Feb 10, 2016 by Manikandan J
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