Sets the permission codes off for files in the /usr/games directory.
The turnoff command sets the permission codes of files in the /usr/games directory. Root user authority is required to run this command.
The turnoff command looks for files in /usr/games whose permissions are set to 111 and sets these permissions to 000. If you install any new games in the /usr/games directory, set these permissions to 111.
|/usr/games||Contains the location of the system's games.|
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