Mask that controls which file permissions are set for files and directories when they are created. It also refers to a function that sets the mask, and to the mask itself, which is formally known as the file mode creation mask.

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scp and umask setting

How do i make SCP respect umask ? Ive tried adding this Subsystem sftp internal-sftp -u 0002 in /etc/ssh/sshd_config and session optional pam_umask.so umask=0002 in ...
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Default umask 077 not applied at session start

I cannot get the default umask for a session to be 0077. I have edited /etc/login.defs and set the value to 077 there: UMASK 077 Also I've made sure the following entry exists in ...
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How are default permissions determined (on OS X)?

My (limited) understanding of basic Unix is that any files that are created will be created based on the permissions of the creating user. In particular, the group assigned will be the creating user's ...
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setting default umask and user:group on directory

I have a directory data and I need to set default umask and ownership for all directories/files (both existing and future files). I want all files in data to have ownership root:martin ans ...
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Apache created files and its permissions for CentOS 6.x

In short, I have an authenticated HTTP-POST that: posts a jpg image (created as 666 apache:www) into /directory1 (777 ftpuser:www) creates /directory2 (created as 666 apache:www) in a 777 ...
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Umask for root and other system users

If I am not wrong, this is how umask is calculated. for dir, 777 - 022(root's umask value) = 755. for file, 666 - 022(root's umask value) = 644. Now, where this umask value is defined? Is it the ...