Re: Xsession doesn't use umask setting from /etc/login.defs
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Branden Robinson wrote:
| On Sat, Oct 16, 2004 at 01:28:31PM +0200, Tomas Fasth wrote:
|> What I don't understand is why you think the umask preference
|> should be applied differently depending on the type of
|> interface the user choose to initiate an interactive session
| I don't. Kindly stop putting words in my mouth, and re-read my
| original mail. If you can discuss this subject without indulging
| yourself in straw-man attacks like this, please follow-up with a
| more reasonable message.
I have re-read your mail and I beg you for pardon. I was wrong.
| And, by the way: X-No-CC: I subscribe to this list; do not CC me
| on replies.
I'm very sorry but I'm not perfect. My earlier reply did not cc:
you. Could you please wait for it to happen a second time in the
same thread before complaining? You seem a bit touchy about it.
I found the following when I was googling for X-No-CC:
~ From: Stepan Kasal
~ Subject: Re: Paragraph indentation suppression
~ Date: Tue, 8 Apr 2003 10:00:55 +0200
~ PS: I'm not sending cc to the original poster, as I'm scared by
~ this: X-No-CC: If you CC me on this list, I will feed you to
~ Branden Robinson. (It seems that Karl has already been fed.)
I couldn't but smile. "Oh no, please have mercy, don't feed me to
Branden!" Poor Karl :)
| Please get an MUA that respects Mail-Copies-To:.
Thanks for the advice, but I prefer Firefox for the time being. I
may try to persuade the Mozilla people to accept a patch. Can you
give me a reference to a RFC-draft or something equivalent?
Live in peace, Tomas
Tomas Fasth <email@example.com>
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