List Remote File will list only files whose permissions match with permissions settings. Each permission setting supports 3 states. By default all file permissions are ignored which means that all files will be listed irrespective of their permissions. When user choose to filter files based on set or not set permissions, only the files matching specified permissions will be listed.

Files and directories in Linux have a standard set of access permissions that control which files can be accessed by whom.

There are different set of permissions for file and directory owner, group and other users. Each set consists of read, write, and execute permissions as well as special permissions set (i.e. set user ID, set group ID and sticky bit).

PermissionsDetails
Owner Allows to filter files by owner permissions:
  • Read · access file contents and copy the file.
  • Write · modify and delete the file or directory.
  • Execute · execute the files of specific type, i.e. executables and shell scripts.
Group Allows to filter files by group permissions.
Other Allows to filter files by other (world) permissions.
Special Filter by additional permissions:
  • Set user ID
  • Set group ID
  • Sticky bit
Numeric notation Shows Linux permissions in octal numeric format. Left and right side indicates permissions that have to be set and not set, respectively.
Symbolic notation Shows Linux permissions in symbolic notation. Left and right side indicates permissions that have to be set and not set, respectively.
Legend Shows an easy to understand reminder how to set permission bits.
  • Ignore this permission · the Action will list files whether permission is set or not set.
  • Permission is set · the Action will list files only if the selected permission is set.
  • Permission is not set · the Action will list files only if the selected permission is not set.

Triggers & Permissions

Actions & Permissions

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