How to configure Share Buttons by AddToAny with Drupal 8

As a quick “note to self,” to get the Share Buttons module by AddToAny working in Drupal 8, I followed these steps:

- install the AddToAny module
- configure permissions so i could work with it
    - admin/people/permissions
- configure AddToAny as desired
    - admin/config/services/addtoany
- create a block, add it to a region (such as Content)
    - i actually created a block, then modified
      my theme to show AddToAny between the Contents and
      the Comments

The key to getting AddToAny was knowing to go to admin/structure/block and then selecting “Place Block” to create an AddToAny block. Not knowing that I had to do that slowed me down for quite a while.

The Linux `chmod` command

Linux file permissions FAQ: Can you share some examples of the Unix/Linux chmod command? (Also written as, "How do I change permissions on Unix files and directories?")

The chmod command name stands for "change mode", and as that name implies, the chmod command is used to change the mode of Unix/Linux files.

I'll start with some simple examples, then add some more details as we go along.

The Linux `chown` command alvin March 7, 2011 - 8:14pm

Unix/Linux file ownership FAQ: How do I use the chown command?

The chown command is most commonly used by Unix/Linux system administrators who need to fix a permissions problem with a file or directory, or many files and many directories.

For instance, suppose you want files to be owned by the user "nobody", but when you issue an ls command, you see that they're owned by the user "fred", like this:

Linux ls man page (Unix and Linux ls command help)

The contents of this page come from the CentOS Linux ls man page, i.e., the man page for the Linux ls command (also known as the help page for the ls command).