Re: Howto NFS shared writable space
On Mon, Mar 10, 2003 at 12:12:29PM +0100, R?mi Letot wrote:
> I'm trying to setup a shared disk space with NFS. Till then, no
> problem. But I want that people belonging to a specific group can
> write to it, and modify every file in it.
> So I made the exported directory belong to the group, put the sticky
> bit on it, so every file created in it belongs to the group. No
> problem. But the permissions on newly created files are g+r, and I
> need g+rw so that everyone belonging to the group can manipulate those
> files without problem.
People creating new files in group-writeable locations should use 'umask
2' first. If you have a one-group-per-user setup (as is standard on
Debian systems), then they can just set 'umask 2' all the time safely.
Colin Watson [email@example.com]