Hi,I thought I solved the issue by not having Execute permissions with the SetGid on the Captures directory.I changed the permissions to: drwxrws---+ 2 root ... [by xq1xq1]
on 04/13/2010 – Made popular on 04/13/2010
Changing permissions in a script after installing certain apps (Linux and OSX), I found the following very confusing.
Creating an ".app" in OSX requires placing a directory with a number of files (application, resources, libraries) in the /Aplications directory, with root permissions. The app could be pulled from a CD or network, which means that its permissions are really not what I need.
If a directory /foo/bar/baz has 700 (rwx------) for its permissions, thereby making it inaccessible to all but its owner (and the superuser), does it matter what the "group" and "other" permissions are for the directories and files under /foo/bar/baz?
What motivated this question is that I noticed that the files
in a freshly-installed Debian system have 644 (rw-r