public folder file permissions
gmccullagh at gmail.com
Thu Apr 19 15:34:26 BST 2007
On Thu, 19 Apr 2007, Ian Moore wrote:
> Okay I've added umask 002 to all of the below files.
I suspect you only need 1st and 2nd, but anyway.
> Files created via 'touch' in the terminal are fine (read/writeable by
> all the users) and also the umask returns 002
> But creating a text file via the GUI results in a file with permissions
> rw -- --
Bummer. Out of curiosity, if you create a file with openoffice what
happens? It may just be nautilus.
> Doing a ls -la returns
> drwxrwsrwx 22 foe foe 4096 2007-04-19 14:48 public
you seem to have given global permissions on public. That shouldn't be
necessary. However, it does seem fine otherwise.
> Is this just a bug in the gnome GUI? I think I've got the groups right.
Looks like it:
I've just tried this out on the beta version of Feisty and it seems to be
fixed now. I created a text file by right-clicking on the desktop and it
was created with -rwxrwx---. I guess you might have to wait until feisty
(which is due out today) to have n.
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