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Re: [SLE] How Do I Set Default Permissions
  • From: Kevanf1 <kevanf1@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 13 Apr 2006 16:10:39 +0100
  • Message-id: <7bca46c50604130810n36d9cf6s77643dc13188e2f0@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
On 13/04/06, S Glasoe <srglasoe@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Thursday 13 April 2006 9:40 am, Kevanf1 wrote:
> > I've got the feeling that Donald is after the file or area that SuSE
> > stores its 'default' set of permissions that it refers to when it
> > automatically creates a new entry in fstab. Am I correct? If so, I
> > would be very interested in knowing this myself. I did ask a few
> > weeks ago but presumed that nobody knew as it went unanswered. I too
> > know about stuff like running chmod 777 as an example of giving full
> > read, write and execute permissions to everybody. It's just where
> > that default file actually is?
> >
> > Kevan Farmer
> How about the /etc/permissions* files? Especially /etc/permissions.local to
> keep specific settings over various YOU, synaptic, smart updates and
> upgrades.
> Stan

Cheers Stan. I'll take a look.

I am only human, please forgive me if I make a mistake it is not deliberate.
Xmas may be over but, PLEASE DON'T drink and drive you'll make it to
the next one that way.

Kevan Farmer

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