File permissions and default umask
I'm working on a Redhat 7.2 system where users in the same group
are having trouble accessing each others files in a common area.
The problem seems to be that the default umask has the permissions
of newly created files come up 'rw-r--r--'. I was able to fix it
temporarily with 'umask 002' which gave permissions of 'rw-rw-r--',
but it goes back to the original on reboot.
Do I need to set the default umask on fstab or some other file? And if I do,
what line do I use? Just 'umask 002' for the / directory or something else?