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You should use which of the following commands to modify the ownership of pre-owned files on the Linux server to a new user?

A chown

In Linux, the chown (change owner) command is used to modify file ownership. To change the owner of a file, use the syntax chown owner-name filename. The chmod (change mode) command is used to change the mode of a file, which determines who has access to it. The cat command is a powerful tool for viewing file contents, creating new files, and concatenating (joining) files. To copy files, use the cp command.

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