Re: a few q's
>> "JR" == Josip Rodin <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
JR> I don't know the official Debian umask mode, but I've
JR> noticed the 002 somewhere in /etc when I installed
JR> first time. Although programs that create files should
JR> set perms themselves, IMHO that should be 022.
What is wrong with umask 002 as default? As default, every user has
its own group, so this should be OK, no?
- a few q's
- From: "Josip Rodin" <email@example.com>