Re: Not debian specific, but please help me ....
You can set your "umask" to 002 instead of 022 (the default on most Unix
setups). Just add the following line
in ~/.bashrc and/or ~/.bash_profile files, for yourself and other people
belonging to the related group.
Hope this helps.
Roberto a écrit :
I can't find how to set a defult and convenient attribute mask when
created on linux.
I need a whole group can write file created by anyone in the group. So
need the g=rw be the default permission at file creation.
Actually I get g=r only by default
Thank you very much