On Tuesday 27 April 2004, cian at medialabeurope.org (Cian Cullinan) wrote:
>On Tuesday 27 April 2004 02:45, Justin Mason wrote:
>: Hi all --
>:>: a quick Debian question. I've migrated from Dead Rat/Fedora Core
>: quite a lot of success, except for one niggling annoyance -- the way
>: debian chmods most of the /var/log files to mode 600.
>:>: I'm on a single-user machine. I don't want to have to sudo to check
>: a logfile. Is there a way to override this to 644?
>>>Just migrated from RH -> Debian myself but how about:
>adduser yournamehere adm
How is adding yournamehere to adm (or to any other group, for that
matter) going to help Justin read logs with 600 permissions?
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