Re: changing default umask on useradd
>> "Chad" == Chad A Adlawan <email@example.com> writes:
Chad> does anyone know of a way to change the default "useradd" or
Chad> "adduser" behaviour in terms of giving permissions to the new
Chad> users home directory ? that is, when u add a new user, the
Chad> permission on his/her new home dir is set at 755.
The value is hardcoded into the file. You may want to file a wishlist
bug to make it configurable via /etc/adduser.conf
If you crerate the directory with the wanted permissions before
calling adduser, adduser will simply this directory.
So make yourself a custom script (myadduser or such), that creates the
directory and calls adduser afterwards.