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Understanding Linux Users and File Permissions

  • Emilio Raggi
  • Keir Thomas
  • Sander van Vugt

Abstract

Most modern operating systems work with user accounts to grant people access to the system, and Ubuntu is no exception. You might not have noticed this—if during installation or when you personalized your system you selected the option to allow automatic logins, you are taken directly to your desktop when you boot your PC, thus masking the fact that a user is actually logging into the system.

Keywords

File System User Account Standard User Execute File Original File 
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© Emilio Raggi, Keir Thomas, and Sander van Vugt 2011

Authors and Affiliations

  • Emilio Raggi
  • Keir Thomas
  • Sander van Vugt

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