How to deploy (SCP copy, linux) a 'C' executable file with executable permissions

(New to Bamboo) We have a large project directory tree we want to deploy – which contains compiled C/C++ executable binary files, executable shell scripts, as well as compiled JAVA code. We've got it to compile and to deploy to a remote machine, but none of the C/C++ executables have executable permissions. Ditto for the shell scripts. For the shell scripts, we can commit and pull them from git with executable permissions, so why does Bamboo not follow suit? More importantly, how do we deploy so that our files, C-executable and shell scripts, have executable permissions?

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Hello Susan, 

You can run ssh command to change permissions of file at remote host. More details in documentation https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/BAMBOO/Using+the+SSH+task+in+Bamboo

Yes, we've started doing that. But, because we have scripts and executables in a number of places, it is irritating.

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