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Old 12-13-2011, 08:13 PM
 
Default automating x permission on a file.

CONTEXT
Squeeze system with vsftpd with default umask, 077.
A script file, blah.sh for example, is put to the
system. The file arrives with permissions 600.

PROBLEM
Each time blah.sh is put on the system, "chmod 700 blah.sh"
can make it executeable. The ftp client does not
provide SITE CHMOD. What alternatives to the interactive
chmod are available? Is this a job for ACL?

Thanks, ... Peter E.




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