[cvsnt] File Permissions problem - update
amarkjohnson at gmail.com
Mon Jan 16 16:00:20 GMT 2006
I see that you found an ACL problem which solved this issue, but if
you are having OS group write problems, you may consider the
following. You can set the top level folder to 2775 disabling write
to "other", and forcing new files/directories to be created with the
parents group. You would need to set all existing directories with
these permissions once, and set all files/directories to the same
group once, and add all (both) users to this group. In the future all
files and directories will automatically get this new group.
just a thought.
On 1/16/06, Albe <k3rmit at libero.it> wrote:
> I read section 2.2.2 of the manual again and found that it's an expected
> behavior to write files with 440 mask.
> It also says that one should only care about folder permissions and
> cvsnt does the rest. Unfortunately this is not my case, as i'm here for
> an access problem on the file inside the folder.
> I'm using 2 users to do the test: if i add a file with one, the other
> can't write nor read it, since it's not member of the same group.
> BTW, i'm using a linux with Posix ACLs enabled.
> Both users have write access to that folder. What am i doing wrong?
> Thanks again
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