I have a fairly restrictive umask setting (0077). This is fine, except I have one directory in which I'd like a more permissive setting (0002) to all files created anywhere under that directory. Is there a way to set a umask on a specific directory, so all files created beneath it inherit the same permissions?
setfacl -d -m mask:002 /your/dir/here/
If wanting to have a default for a login, just add a "umask 002" to your .bashrc (or whatever shell you use). All new dirs will use this if logged in under that env.
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