Choctalcalc 1.0.2

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Choctalcalc Makes it very easy to calculate the octal values for speific permissions on a unix shell. You select the permissions via check boxes and the prgram imediatly tells you what the octal values are for the command. Makes your life easiler. Using a very simple and strightforward tool to calculate the values for permissions in the shell.

Choctalcalc makes your shell permission task much easier by allowing you to input permissions in check boxes and easily determine what you will need to use for the chmod command on the linux bash or sh shell. With an easy to use and intuitive interface you will be turning your ocnfusion into productivity in no time.

Try it out it will speed things up. Choctalcalc Makes it very easy to calculate the octal values for speific permissions on a unix shell. You select the permissions via check boxes and the prgram imediatly tells you what the octal values are for the command. Makes your life easiler.

Although many Perl, PHP and other CGI scripts
are available as a free download, they need to be installed to your website before they can be used.

For example, you have downloaded a free discussion forum
script and have discovered the installation instructions contain this thing about file permissions. CHMOD this file to 777 or set file permissions to this other file to 755 and the list goes on.

From here you have 2 options.

1. Install the script yourself.
2. Pay someone (usually the developer) to install it.

If you want to install your own scripts, you'll need to know how to set file permissions. If file permissions are not set correctly, the script will not work.

This easy to use free CHMOD calculator will show you how to set file permissions in both Octal and Symbolic format. It will teach you how to set file permissions until you remember how to do it yourself.

No installation is required. Just download the program and double-click to run it. please see http://bestsonicproducer.info.

  • Choctalcalc 1.0.2
  • Choctalcalc 1.0.2

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