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Old 03-19-2003, 04:16 PM   #1
hihachi
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Question vsftpd umask-problem


Hi there,

currently i am trying to understand vsftpd.

Works fine.. no anonymous login, and local-users are allowed to log in and to write..

but..

currently i am using the following option:

local_umask=022

and all Directory created by a user are using the following flags:

-755 dirname.

But the files within these dirs or right inside the homedir are getting

-644.

But these should have -755 also..

any ideas?? would be glad..

Thanks in advance

Greetings

Marcel
 
  


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