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Change permissions of files and directories separately in GNU/Linux using command line.
For Directories:

find location -type d -print -exec chmod 755 {} \;

For Files:

find location -type f -print -exec chmod 644 {} \;

Conditional permission changing

find location -type d -perm 777 -print -exec chmod 755 {} \;

Changes all directories(including sub-directories) with 777 permission to 755

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After a long thought, today, I registered a domain for myself; I also created a home page , with links to my blog, files section and others of my interest. This was all made possible because of the free DNS service at I think this service is very helpful for free web hosting. With a collection of quality free services, which I came across, it will be much easy to create a professional website for free. I am thinking seriously of creating a blog post on it. With the free DNS service, I created two sub domains for my blog and files section, which reduces the length of URL and also making it easy to remember.

The current structure of the site is:

* – Tvm’s personal blog
* – Tvm’s files section

Though I could make e-mail addresses with my domain, I am not doing it since its hard to manage all together. 🙂

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