> I know. I'd like to hear anybody who have a directory with r!=x
> on purpose (and quite curious on that purpose). UNIX gugus, anybody?
When you have a web server running with user homepages in $HOME/www or
similar, users need to have x set for the web server to serve their pages,
but some users may not want all other users to see what files they have.
Those people will have --x permission for other on their $HOME.
-- Ciao, Pascal
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