OMG, my brain hurts, but maybe its true.
To check the permissions on an existing file, you can use the "stat" command like this:
stat -c "%a %n" fu
Which will give you the full permissions:
-bash-3.00$ stat -c "%a %n" full.pl 755 full.pl
Had the cleanup day around the house today, and got the bobcat to do some "adjustments" while it was here.
Taps, Toilets, Hot water system all got installed today, but its been locked up, so no pics.
Will try to get some tomorrow.
WhooHoo finally our bathroom fixtures are being installed into the house - Simon took these while I was at work ;-)
Recently I looked into using a ncomputing device to provide mult user capabilites to a slightly up-spec PC (i7 with 6GB Ram), but I found that the ncomputing devices dont support either Vista or event Windows XP 64, meaning that the ncomputing can't be used on any more advanced Windows XP workstation than simple XP Pro 32bit.
So I looked around, and found a hack to allow Multiple RDP Access on Vista Business 64 on this page - http://xlnk.me/3p
A couple of extra things I found are:
Just a couple of images, Front of house now painters have been and done some of what they need to, and a really nice rainbow this morning.