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Re: setting umask globally

also sprach Steve Greenland <steveg@moregruel.net> [2005.06.17.0208 +0200]:
> And unless they know about the completely non-standard /etc/umask.conf,
> they'll still edit multiple files.

True enough... unless files like /etc/profile include some magic
code for umask (rather than the umask call itself), and a one-line
comment telling people to go to /etc/umask.conf.

I think the PAM way is the better way. An alternative would be to
refer to libpam-umask from such a comment.

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