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I have a directory with name 'test' that has permissions 0777.

I have a script to write files to the directory 'test'. However, these files have, by default, permission 0644.

I need these files to inherit the folder permissions.

Can anyone please help me achieve this?

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When you create new file you can't make it by default executable. Even if your umask is 000. This is in UNIX/Linux by design. You can always add execution permission postfactum:

chmod +x filename
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See How to make the newly created files inherit the directory's permissions…?

Its solution may help you with similar questions.

But try to limit permission; 0777 is rarely really needed.

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