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Re: how to set UMASK/filemask in X / kde

This is how to fix it, courtesy of someone else. Works for me. I also found 
and edited /etc/pam.d/kdm-np


Yes, when the package libpam-umask appeared in the repository.
After installation, you add a line in your /etc/pam.d/{xkg}dm file :

session    optional     pam_umask.so umask=002

or whatever your umask must be.

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