can't run script

Brian V Bonini b-bonini at
Sun Dec 21 21:17:34 CET 2003

On Sun, 2003-12-21 at 19:03, Atom 'Smasher' wrote:
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> > BTW: I don't know of anyway to have umask activate execute permissions
> > on a file, do you? I thought 0 will only do rwx on directories. At least
> > that's how it works on my system 027 will give rw-r-----
> ============================
> umask takes away permissions (such as taking away other users' ability to
> read files) but cannot be used to add permissions (such as turning on an
> execute bit).

Right, right, I understand that, poor choice of words in my description.

> the point is to set the restrictive permissions before filling the
> file with data.

Ok, now I'm with ya.

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