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Old 17th July 2010, 00:21
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Default default chmod

hi,

I have isconfig3 on debian, is it possible to change the default chmod files and folders (clients)?

currently it is 444 for files and 555 folders

I would put 644 for files and 755 for folders, it seems to me the ideal

thank you

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Old 18th August 2010, 23:37
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Angry Same problem here...

I have the same problem, umask is a waste of time because the defaults security settings are too severe.

I've tried the configuration files httpd.conf, vsftpd.conf, .bashrc (setting umask for session) I am reading on setuid and the sticky bit but am at a loss... We can't be the only two people with this problem!

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