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May
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awarded  Scholar
May
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accepted Accidentally ran “sudo chmod a+rx ~”
May
23
comment Accidentally ran “sudo chmod a+rx ~”
I believe it was my root's home as I ran it as sudo, with a ~ directory already existing for hidden files and profiles
May
23
comment Accidentally ran “sudo chmod a+rx ~”
Thank you for the explanation... and this won't affect myself or the other main users, only user groups that we have created?
May
23
comment Accidentally ran “sudo chmod a+rx ~”
Awesome, that is reassuring. Thought I just opened up a door! Thank you for your time, it's much appreciated.
May
23
comment Accidentally ran “sudo chmod a+rx ~”
Yes, correct...
May
23
awarded  Editor
May
23
comment Accidentally ran “sudo chmod a+rx ~”
I ran it as sudo. What does that command actually do? Other than hopefully fix my issue haha
May
23
comment Accidentally ran “sudo chmod a+rx ~”
My ~ is not set to /home, only my login directory. ~ holds a bunch of hidden files for profiles. Would this matter that ~ isn't actually home?
May
23
revised Accidentally ran “sudo chmod a+rx ~”
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May
23
comment Accidentally ran “sudo chmod a+rx ~”
my personal user's account through ssh.
May
23
asked Accidentally ran “sudo chmod a+rx ~”