A command-line utility for fixing app permissions
fixperm is a small command-line utility for fixing app permissions. fixperm attempts to guess who the current logging user is if the optional
--user flag is not set.
$ sudo fixperm <app-name> $ fixperm -h
install from npm
npm install fixperm -g
install on windows
fixperm is not currently compartible with Windows based systems.
install from source
git clone https://github.com/ojengwa/fixperm.git npm install npm link
unit & integration tests
cd fixperm npm test
The MIT License (MIT)
Copyright (c) 2016 Ojengwa Bernard
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