perl make a new directory and change permissions

To create a new directory and change its permissions in Perl, you can use the mkdir function to create the directory and the chmod function to change its permissions. Here's an example:

use strict;
use warnings;

my $directory = "/path/to/new/directory";

# Create the directory
mkdir $directory or die "Failed to create directory: $!";

# Change the permissions to read, write, and execute for the owner, and read and execute for others
chmod 0755, $directory or die "Failed to change directory permissions: $!";

In this example, replace "/path/to/new/directory" with the actual path where you want to create the new directory. The mkdir function is used to create the directory, and the chmod function is used to change the permissions. The number 0755 passed to chmod specifies the desired permissions for the directory.