Re: UMASK 002 or 022?
Le 2000-06-07, The Doctor What écrivait :
> > > /etc/profile (base-files) has 022.
> > > /etc/zprofile (zsh) has 002.
> Man is setuid user 'man'. So if the umask is 022, the above
> happens. If the umask is 002, then it isn't a problem.
But this is a system administration policy choice, which is a
purely site-specific matter. The distribution should certainly
not, IMHO, use a 002 umask as the default, thus forcing a local
policy decision upon all administrators of machines running Debian.