I am using a private user group setup, i.e. a user foo's home directory is owned by foo:foo, not foo:users. For this to work, I need to set the umask to 002 globally. After a quick grep -RIi umask ...
We have a server running as a firebird user. We want to scp files to the server that are need by firebird but copied as another user: it-test. What is the best way to set that up on the ...
I've added a line in /etc/fstab to automount a ntfs partition with umask setting to 000: /dev/sda6 /home/cuoverkiller/win7.Storage auto umask=000 0 2 expecting all users can read and write without ...
I want to mount an ext3 filesystem on a device with uid, gid, umask options set. When I use these options during mount, I get an error. Below is the command I am using to mount: mount -t ext3 -o ...
On my Ubuntu 11.04x64 server, I have service accounts running which do not log in and do not have home directories. These service accounts are responsible for running processes which are invoked as ...
My question is similar to How to set the default file permissions on ALL newly created files in linux - but differs in important ways: I want all files created in (or copied to or moved to) a certain ...