From: 'Lars Hecking' (lhecking at domain nmrc.ucc.ie)
Date: Wed 15 Sep 1999 - 15:05:20 IST
Kenn Humborg writes:
> > Why this should be so much better than umask 022 escapes me.
> > Are there any g_o_o_d_ arguments for per-user groups?
> Without per user groups you need to remember to change your
> umask depending on whether you are working in your home
> directory or a project directory.
> For example, /usr/local/projects/KillerApp is group-writeable by
> the KA-Dev group (and sgid so that the group owner ship
> propagates). When doing work in this tree, developers must
> use a 002 umask, or they risk creating files that are inaccessible
> to other members of the team.
I think such a setup would be better served by using a tool
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