I have created some folders and files using python programming on my ubuntu server. I have also shared those folders using NFS with few ubuntu client systems.
Now the main problem that is occuring right now is that the client cannot change anything in the files that are made. Not even they can add files. I have tired giving 766 permission to the folders but of no use.
I just found at home I (an administrator user) can access other users folders under the C:\Users, even one of the folders belongs to another administrator account. I thought the folders under Users belong to specific user should be private. But they are not. Is this right? I am using Windows 7 enterprise and professional edition.
I just got hold of a linux machine running ubuntu from my friend. It places 644 permission on all new files created by a user.
But for some purposes I want 755 permission on all files and folder created by that user, I have been searching on internet from all day long but did not got hold of any useful resources plus I am a beginner to linux system as well.
I've been using Ubuntu One for the last year or two to sync/backup specific important files and folders on my computer. Rather than just using it like "Dropbox" (i.e., putting files I want to sync in the specific "ubuntu one" folder), I am taking advantage of the total integration of Ubuntu One to sync the folders as they exist in my file tree.