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How many bits is the access flags of a file?
Traditional Unix permissions are broken down into: so answer is 3 read (r) write (w) execute file/access directory (x) Each of those is stored as a bit, where 1 means permitted and 0 means not permitted.
I'd say 9, since the three bits you have mentioned have to be multiplied by the three user groups (owner, group, others). rwxrwxrwx
Say we are doing an event in this room for our annual conference, sell me all the AV equipment. What size will the stage be? (Then proceeded to give me a stern lecture about how they don't care about what they have in their warehouse, they will get anything they want made by the client otherwise all their clients would leave them)