Re: Permissions defaults
From: LuisGLopez (luis.g.lopez_at_gmail.com)
Date: 25 Oct 2005 15:15:59 -0700
Michael Heiming ha escrito:
> No it doesn't as your example shows, the outcome is 664 and *not*
> 775 as you have set umask for, which doesn't work, for good
> But if this is fine, just set "umask 002" and you should be set.
Now I think I see your point; surely you are right, and I didn't
explain myself correctly in the first place.
Now, my problem is that I would like to put the "umask 002" in a place
that would be set, to every user, when the system boots-up. If I put it
in /etc/profile, it doesn't... :/ Even when there is a "umask 022" line
Thank you very much,