Menyembunyikan dan proteksi / lock File atau folder di linux ubuntu


Ternyata untuk menyembunyikan dan mengunci file atau folder di linux ubuntu cukup mudah, tanpa perlu sopwer.
Untuk mnyembunyikan file/folder cukup menambahkan titik pada nama file/folder anda. Jadi, umpama nama foldernya adalah mbahnya maka rubah menjadi [.mbahnya]-tanpa tnda kurung. Kemudian tekan F5. Jreeng….. Eng ing eng, hilang dech.
Sedang untuk mengunci file ikuti langkah berikut ;
1. Buka terminal;
2. Ketikkan : sudo chmod -R 0444 file/folder -v
* file/folder = nama dan lokasi file/folder anda.

Sekarang ktika filenya sudah “hilang” dan terprotek, maka untuk melihat file tersembunyi tersebut tekan ctrl+H. Begitu juga sbaliknya, untuk menyembunyikannya juga tekan ctrl+H. Adapun untuk unprotect file di linux, angka 444 diganti 744.
Ada yang kurang ato salah? Koreksi ya……

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  1. #1 by Kang Prie on October 20, 2010 - 6:55 am

    Good.. terima kasih infonya om.. ringkas mudah, dan sangat berguna..

  2. #3 by nix nash alan on October 29, 2010 - 3:47 pm

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