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Old 07-10-2005, 01:27 PM   #1
EECore
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Smile .logout script On NetBSD


Hello,
I have, like most, found quite a few answers on LinuxQuesions, not only to rather generic questions, but even to rather unusual ones. This is the reason that I thought I might be able to bring my question to the community without having people jump down my throat about it. So i have signed up and am eager to hear your insightful replies

Anyway, onto my question.

I have a NetBSD server running apache2 with .htaccess passworded user directories, so users can upload files via FTP and be able to access them quicker and if FTP is unavailable. The only problem Ii have had with this setup is permissions.

Can I create a .logout file in the users home directory which will execute at logout with the code
Code:
chmod -R 755 ~/Ohare
Or will i have to do something a bit more "sinester"?

Thankyou

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