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  1. nixdmon

    Unable to change user umask

    Hi All, I've been trying to change umask of a local user. I've looked around for instructions, and tried adding umask in .login_conf in user's home directory. me:\ :umask=002: Also ran cap_mkdb .login_conf after modification. umask remains 022, unchanged. In addition, I've changed...

    Too secure /tmp for OpenLDAP and OpenDKIM

    I have a problem with permissions on /tmp folder. I've changed permissions from drwxrwxrwt root wheel tmp/todrwxr-xr-t root wheel tmp/Then I could not start OpenLDAP. Can someone support me with this issue? (I want to keep 1755 permissions) slapd[78705]: @(#) $OpenLDAP: slapd 2.4.45 (Jul 2 2017...
  3. Rsync group ownership using modules

    OK, I have a client (booker) and server (fourroses). I want to run a script on booker that uses rsync to copy files to fourroses and keep all user and group ownership attributes the same. I have had success maintaining file attributes running rsync in regular instead of daemon mode. But I...
  4. zorb847

    file permissions

    Sorry for another noobie question I broke my system beyond the point that I can fix it and seems that it will be easier to just to format and re-install. I have my home directory copied off to an external drive. My question is: if after I re-install, I will create user with the same name and...
  5. daBee

    NFS Sharing of /

    Hi folks. NFS up and running, but the /etc/exports file has me stumped. I want to share the whole / so I inserted this directive: # /etc/exports / -alldirs hq.local /home -alldirs /home/rich/ -network The last 2 directives were added later to see if I...
  6. daBee

    Edit files through FTP

    I'm looking to use FTP as a filesharing system on my LAN. I can mount the volume on my LAN, and can read files, but not write. Is this a permissions issue, or can I provide some directives in a conf file so I can write? Cheers
  7. libcdio as non-root user

    This issue has been doing my head in for hours and to be honest I've just run out of ideas. I'm trying to use libcdio to access my /dev/cd0 drive as a normal user (in group operator) but it just isn't having it. However, root works fine. Testing with a couple of programs I've found the port...
  8. aragats

    Solved mount point listing is not permitted for root

    I have a USB flash drive with ext4 mounted by ext4fuse:$ mount | grep fuse /dev/fuse on /mnt/usb (fusefs, local, nosuid, synchronous, mounted by sergeym)$ grep ext4 /etc/fstab /dev/da0s1 /mnt/usb ext4 mountprog=/usr/local/bin/ext4fuse,noauto,late,rw 0 0Here are the permissions on the...
  9. Zack

    Solved Can't delete files in /var/log

    I'm trying to remove /var/log/rkhunter.log and the swap files associated with it. As a root user, I keep getting permission errors. ls -lo rkhunter* -rwxr--r-- 1 root wheel - 5982 Nov 7 03:31 rkhunter.log -rwxr--r-- 1 root wheel - 17412 Nov 6 23:54 rkhunter.log.old -rwxr--r-- 1 root...
  10. Solved Undeletable system files

    I unpacked base.txz onto a running FreeBSD system and then went to remove it, however because permissions on some files look like this: -r-sr-xr-x 1 root wheel 26320 Sep 29 02:45 login* Even root cannot delete these files. What can I do to forcibly delete them?
  11. C/C++ setreuid() returns "operation not permitted" even it was sudo'ed

    Hello, I was testing one of my software on FreeBSD ,Where in the software i've been trying to replace the Real/Effective UID and GID of the process using below two functions setregid(),setreuid(). But these both functions return -1 as a result(when i got the errno to print it ssys "operations...
  12. pming

    Solved Directory owner can not access directory

    So the last few days I had lots of trouble trying to set up my host as a domain member with samba4, eventually I gave up and tried to run it as a standalone server. But even then, I would get "Permission denied" or "Access denied" both on my MacBook and Windows 10 PC. I have set up a ZFS...