> > and write for the owner (only). This happens at work, I would suggest > > adding statements to the end of your autorun script to the effect of > > 'chmod g+w etc/players' and all other files.. > > Even easier. If you run under csh, just set UMASK in your .cshrc > to create files that are group writeable. I forget the exact setting, > but I think UMASK is a mask (as the name implies) so something like > > setenv UMASK 0113 should create files with -rw-rw-r-- permissions. However, usage of umask generally is a security problem. I would at least omit the world r. Quite an easy and secure solution is to make a script for setting up permissions for all the directories necessary using chmod (e.g. chmod g+rw if you have set up group access and your files are created as rw------- as I'd suggest). -Stefan. -- Stefan A. Rensing Institute of Biology II/III - Schaenzlestr. 1 The SysOp Biologist D-79104 Germany, FON: +49 761 203-2676 / FAX: 2675 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org MUD: port 4242 on that <- host http://www.biologie.uni-freiburg.de/data/people/lije.html IRC:Lije MUD:Aragorn "I love you !" "I know."
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