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How do I add/permit "staff" to this folder? "chgrp -R staff dir_name"

That command should do what you expect/want. Comments: You may well not need the sudo. The ./folderName is a relative path, as you surmised. But in this case you don't need the ./. The -R is ...
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Remote desktop connection from Linux to Mac (RDP style)

I'm assuming you want the question answered for "standard" macOS applications, and not only for a very specific subset such as only X11-based software: Built-in Support The only remote ...
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Permissions issue with shared folder using SMB. macOS can't open Linux files, but Linux can open macOS files without issue

In this situation, when the file is transferred, the owner of the file by default is the user which performed the transfer. In this case, this is not the user who owns the shared folder. Also, the ...
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Permissions issue with shared folder using SMB. macOS can't open Linux files, but Linux can open macOS files without issue

I suspect you have one or more extended attributes set. These are arbitrary strings or binary metadata about a file. A file can have any number of these, and there are not really any standards for ...
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