How To: Use the chown and chgrp terminal commands in Ubuntu

Use the chown and chgrp terminal commands in Ubuntu

New to Ubuntu Linux? This video clip shows you how to use the chown (change owner) and chgrp (change group) commands to modify the ownership and group ownership of files and directories. Both chown and chgrp need to be run with administrator privileges. Consequently, an average command might look something like
"sudo chown myusername somefil."

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