I'm trying to set the default umask to 002 for all users including root on my CentOS box. According to this and other answers, this can be achieved by editing /etc/profile. However the comments at ...
When CakePHP create a new Folder or File, its always owned by nobody and is set to 0755 or 0644 and for so i cant run php in SuPHP mode under the cPanel server to fix this i always run a Cron which ...
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 ...
I've been trying to set umask 002 to my sftp users, I already tried setting the umask in the following files: /etc/ssh/sshd_config: Subsystem sftp /usr/libexec/openssh/sftp-server ...
Yesterday, I was finally able to get my apache process to write files to a directory by setting the umask to 002 in the /etc/sysconfig/httpd script, but I was wondering if it's possible to set this ...
I have used [root ~]$ echo "umask 002" >> /etc/sysconfig/httpd [root ~]$ service httpd restart restarted apache many times but whenever i install something from script the directories are ...