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File base permissions are 666, why and is this a configurable value? [closed]

It is specified in various documentation on the net that linux/unix file base permissions are 666 with regards to how umask manipulates. This is also relevant with regards to the fact that default ...
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Python script not executing after setting executable permission

i am having a python script #!/usr/bin/env python in top of my script? following is the permission i had set -rwxr-xr-x 1 user1 user2 6423 Nov 15 15:12 test i tried executing the script as user1 ...
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Chmod wont stick [closed]

I'm using CentOS on a virtual dedicated server. When I go in as root, and change the chmod value of a folder it works. But, any files I place into that folder do not inherit the chmod I set. This is ...
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ubuntu change default files and folders permission

i have ubuntu 10.04 on my server. when i was create a file by ftp, php and ... files permission is 600 and folders is 700. how can i change default files permission into 644 and folders to 755? ...
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Home folder permission in Ubuntu for apache public_html

I read a lot about that here, but I guess I just can't get it. So here is what I got: I have Ubuntu 10.04 installed and I just created vhost for a domain, let's call it example.com. I also created a ...
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Conflicts between ACLs and umask

I have a directory which can be read and written by a couple of unix groups. This is achieved by using ACLs. Let's assume I did it like this: mkdir /tmp/test setfacl -m g:group1:rwx /tmp/test ...