chown Linux Commands
What is Linux chown Command?
chown COMMAND:chown command is used to change the owner / user of the file or directory. This is an admin command, root user only can change the owner of a file or directory.
chown [options] newowner filename/directoryname
||Change the permission on files that are in the subdirectories of the directory that you are currently in.
||Change the permission for each file.
||Prevents chown from displaying error messages when it is unable to change the ownership of a file.
chown hiox test.txt
The owner of the 'test.txt' file is root, Change to new user hiox.
chown -R hiox test
The owner of the 'test' directory is root, With -R option the files and subdirectories user also gets changed.
chown -c hiox calc.txt
Here change the owner for the specific 'calc.txt' file only.