Greetings. I am having an issue where newly created directories are not inheriting group permissions. I can't understand what I am doing wrong here.I have a teamspeak 3 server runn... [by squirrelof09]
on 11/25/2012 – Made popular on 11/25/2012
I understand that a umask is a feature that determines default permissions for newly created files and directories.
I understand that the default file permission cant exceed 666.
I understand that the defaule directory permission is 777.
I'm running Ubuntu Server 12.04 and I'm experiencing a problem with my Samba setup.
I've created some groups to easily grant permissions on my samba shares. Some shares have two groups as valid users. A read only group and a group with read write permissions on the files and directories.
I have a java application running in tomcat. Users logged in to the web aplication, where logins are stored in MySQL. I have created some directory hierarchy for each user in the server where their files are stored.
Is there anyway I can set user permissions on their corresponding directories through the wep application ?
I have a little web space on a friends server.
It was previously some ubuntu server, but is now "Apache/2.2.22 (Debian)".
In both cases i had the problem that some files have group write permission, some don't.