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Re: Xsession doesn't use umask setting from /etc/login.defs

At Thu, 14 Oct 2004 00:14:58 +0200,
Tomas Fasth wrote:
> > /etc/login.defs explicitly indicates that it is "Configuration
> > control definitions for the login package", and many of its
> > parameters are inapplicable to display managers, or already
> > implemented in parallel (e.g., how long do wait after a failed
> > login before displaying the prompt/greeter again?).
> I believe that /etc/login.defs _is_ the right place to define the
> default umask property.

It's just my wishlist, but I think it's good idea to provide a summary
that describes what file affects the bootstrap configuration in
debian, by a professional of this kind of area...

-- gotom

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