CHFLAGS(1) NetBSD General Commands Manual CHFLAGS(1)
chflags -- change file flags
chflags [-R [-H | -L | -P]] [-h] flags file ...
The chflags utility modifies the file flags of the listed files as speci- fied by the flags operand. The options are as follows: -H If the -R option is specified, symbolic links on the command line are followed. (Symbolic links encountered in the tree traversal are not followed.) -L If the -R option is specified, all symbolic links are followed. -P If the -R option is specified, no symbolic links are followed. -R Change the file flags for the file hierarchies rooted in the files instead of just the files themselves. -h If the file or a file encountered during directory traversal is a symbolic link, the file flags of the link itself is changed. Flags are a comma separated list of keywords. The following keywords are currently defined: arch set the archived flag (super-user only) opaque set the opaque flag (owner or super-user only) nodump set the nodump flag (owner or super-user only) sappnd set the system append-only flag (super-user only) schg set the system immutable flag (super-user only) uappnd set the user append-only flag (owner or super-user only) uchg set the user immutable flag (owner or super-user only) Putting the letters ``no'' before an option causes the flag to be turned off. For example: nouchg the immutable bit should be cleared The -H, -L and -P options are ignored unless the -R option is specified. In addition, these options override each other and the command's actions are determined by the last one specified. The -o option of ls(1) is used to display the flags. The chflags utility exits 0 on success, and >0 if an error occurs. The kernel does not allow the flags on block and character devices to be changed except by the super-user.
ls(1), chflags(2), lchflags(2), stat(2), fts(3), symlink(7), dump(8), init(8) NetBSD 5.0_RC4 May 2, 1995 NetBSD 5.0_RC4
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