I've been searching for about an hour now and all google ever returns are hits for how to use chmod.
I want to be able to grant users that are part of a unix group permission to run chmod on files that are owned by that same group. Is this possible? Currently I get permission denied.
If I have the following file:
-rw-rwxr-- 1 root tunegroup 5100 Nov 5 23:36 index.html
And as a user that's a member of tunegroup I run:
chmod g-x index.html
I get this as the output:
chmod: changing permissions of ‘index.html’: Operation not permitted
Users won't be able to use sudo since they aren't super users, I just want them to have chmod permission on files that they are group owners of and this seems like a logical ability, but I can't find how to add this permission anywhere...