Packet Config Home2022-03-10T18:04:08-08:00

A NETWORK BLOG SITE

PACKETCONFIG

Art Director

“First principles is a physics way of looking at the world. You boil things down to the most fundamental truths and then reason up from there.” – Elon Musk

What is the command chown in Linux?

What is the command chown? The command chown is used to change a file, directory, or link ownership. All files have associating users or group owners.   Command syntax: chown

Chmod Linux Permissions

Permissions are split into three classes: User Group Other Files and directories are owned by the user.   There are two notations of permissions, Symbolic Notation and Octal Notation. Symbolic

My Work

Posts • Labs • Videos

Tracking my Network Related Posts, Network Labs, and Videos that I upload to YouTube.

10
POSTS
4
LABS
3
VIDEOS

“Be one with the Network.”

by Yoda

“Take good care of network and network take good care you.”

by Sam Juan
Blog

Categories

About My Work

Hello! My name is Jaime E. Ramirez I am a Senior Network Engineer I started PACKETCONFIG.COM as a way for me to start documenting my studying and labs. I have 15 years experience in IT I currently have a full time job and do some freelance work for various companies. I have a a Cisco CCNA and CCNP in routing an switching. I also have a few COMPTIA Certifications like A+, Net+, Security+, and CASP. I am currenlty studying for my CCEI in Routing and Switching. Please feel free to contribute and email me if you have any questions or comments. Contact Us