Use these two settings (which apply to .ifs files only) to specify
whether a program's code and data segments should be used directly from the image
filesystem (Use In Place) or copied when invoked
(Copy). For more information, see the
attribute in the mkifs documentation.
- Copy this item's data segment into main memory, or
Use In Place to use it directly from the image.
- Copy this item's code segment into main memory, or
Use In Place to run the executable directly from the
Use these settings to specify the read/write/execute permissions (in octal) assigned to
each item, as well as the item's group and user IDs.
- A three digit octal number that specifies the read, write, and execute
permissions assigned to files.
- The ID of the group. The /etc/password file contains the
mapping information for the name (the corresponding group name and group
number). The root is always 0.
- The ID associated with a user. The /etc/group file contains
the mapping information for the user ID (the corresponding user name, user
number, and group number). The root is always 0.