How to Use SUID and SGID in Linux with Examples

Linux Tux

Regular permission can be overridden by special permissions like SUID, SGID, and sticky bit. When you use the special permissions on a file, then only the owner of the file or group owner can manipulate the file.

In some cases where you just want only the owner or group can execute the file then SUID and SGID are the best way.

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