KillaW0lf04 wrote:You should avoid using `chmod 777 YourGame.x86` because this enables writing, reading and executing for *anyone* on the system. This means that any guest user can just rewrite the executable with a malicious script and no one would be able to stop him.
What you really want to do is `chmod +x YourGame.x86` which just adds an execute flag for everyone.
Andir wrote:Posting this because the original author couldn't register here:
Well I can't reply because their cocking forum registration requires you to know what animal the forum bot is and only gives you three chances to get that right before it tells you to bugger off and try again later. Bollocks to that.
chmod +x ./FileName
chmod 755 ./FileName
`uname -m` = "x86_64"
`getconf LONG_BIT` = "64"
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