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URL: https://askubuntu.com/q/1020977
Title: How do I copy files and change directory read/write permissions using the GUI?
ID: /2018/04/01/How-do-I-copy-files-and-change-directory-read_write-permissions-using-the-GUI_
Created: April 1, 2018
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You can copy files within the GUI using the Nautilus file manager (now called β€œFiles”) built into Ubuntu.

As far as using a GUI to change file permissions the only program I’ve found is called Eiciel. I’ve never used the program and can not vouch for it.

Here’s a screenshot from the Developer’s page:

Eiciel screen shot

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