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> "Shared" folder between user on same machine
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post May 26 2006, 05:17 PM
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How do I go about creating a directory so that anything inside of it (including new directorys) retain the permission of the originial directory?
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post May 27 2006, 08:34 PM
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/etc/profile has a 'umask' line. Changing this will decide what permissions a newly created file has.

777 - umask = permission

So a umask of 000 = 777, 022 = 755, etc.

Keep in mind, however, that if a user cannot 'execute' a directory, nor read it, they cannot access any file in the directory.

In your case, you'd want umask 007 (for these users, atleast. You can add this umask line to their .bash_profile)

If you have several users that need to 'share' a folder, just add them to a group (man groupadd) and set the group of the folder.

chgrp -R groupname foldername

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