Permission umask problem?
Thu Jul 19 12:25:00 GMT 2007
Dave Korn wrote:
> On 19 July 2007 13:07, SimÃ³n wrote:
>> Brian Dessent wrote:
>>> SimÃ³n wrote:
>>>> IÂ´m having a problem with the permission masks applied to my files in
>>>> cygwin. For example, if I untar a file with php files, my cygwin system
>>>> writes them as:
>>> I can think of three things that would cause this: $CYGWIN containing
>>> nontsec, a FAT/network volume, or having a non-Cygwin tar in the PATH.
>>> And all three of these things would have been spotted in the cygcheck
>>> output, so it's not like we ask for people to include this just for the
>>> fun of it.
>> Ooops, sorry. Here it is.
> Well, it aint #1 or #3. What's curious is:
> c: hd NTFS 105175Mb 56% CP CS UN PA FC
> d: cd N/A N/A
> e: hd NTFS 93040Mb 74% CP CS UN PA FC Files
> f: fd N/A N/A
> g: fd N/A N/A
> h: fd N/A N/A
> i: fd N/A N/A
> j: cd N/A N/A
> ... do you really have four floppy drives called F: to I:?
No Dave. That are usb ports on my tft :P.
> And, exactly *which* directory are you trying to unpack in? And what does
> "getfacl -a -d <dirname>" show you for that dir?
IÂ´m trying to unpack it inside a dir on "My Documents". This is the
getfacl -a -d example.org/
# file: example.org/
# owner: simon
# group: None
Thanks for all, Simon.
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