Re: Subject: UMASK 002 or 022?
You didn't notice because you run umask from your shell configuration?
In other words, you have a working umask in Stretch?
I want a working umask in stretch. Can you tell me how to "run `umask
027` from my shell configuration"? Currently, I have not found a way to
get gnome to respect umask setting in Stretch.
On 2017-06-28 00:14, Paul Wise wrote:
I had "UMASK 027" in /etc/login.defs and I didn't notice that this no
longer works because I also run `umask 027` from my shell
configuration. If you can track down why this no longer works, please
file a bug about it and convince the maintainer to fix it in stretch.