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comment How do I force specific permissions for new files/folders on Linux file server?
Yes, and to my knowledge I've done this. After reading repsonses I know what needs to be done (and I feel that I've done it), but apparently I'm missing something. Can you point me to a bit of info on something specific? Thanks, btw.
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comment How do I force specific permissions for new files/folders on Linux file server?
Yes, but how do I ensure that all future files copied to that directory over the network receive the same permissions regardless of their initial permissions? I have no problems when manually doing it, I simply want it automated.
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comment How do I force specific permissions for new files/folders on Linux file server?
I'm not sure what's up. I've tried it manually and via Webmin to no avail. Perhaps my group choice of group is wrong? I've tried using "users" as well as various manually created groups, of which all have been made members. Regardless of what I do, users can't manipulate anything they didn't place themselves. The only "solution" is to have all users log in (or mount) as GUEST which produces confusion.
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