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RE: file permissions problem

Title: RE: file permissions problem

Something is changing your permissions and I don't know what so try to investigate on that.

But you may want to look at the attrib command as well


-----Original Message-----
From: Richard Kimber [mailto:rkimber@ntlworld.com]
Sent: 10 December 2002 11:05
To: debian users
Subject: file permissions problem

I have two accounts on my machine (which is a simple home machine that no
one else uses, except for my wife logging in to retrieve her email).

I have set the permissions on one of the accounts to rwx--x--x (because my
local apache needs execute permission to access files in this account, as
I understand it).

However, periodically something resets the permissions to rwx --- --- and
I cannot access the local web pages.  Sometimes this happens within a few
minutes of my setting the permissions.

What do I need to do to make my file permissions permanent? And what is it
that makes the changes?


- Richard

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