Coding Screen

CHMOD Calculator

Allows you to quickly calculate Linux filesystem permissions as used by the chmod command line utility.




Linux Permissions:

How to use

Check the desired boxes or directly enter a valid numeric value (e.g. 777) or symbolic notation (e.g. rwxrwxrwx) to see its value in other formats.

File Permissions
File permissions in Linux file system are managed in three distinct user classes: user/owner, group and others/public. Each class can have read, write and execute permissions. File permission can be represented in a symbolic or numeric (octal) format.