On Sun, Jul 09, 2006 at 01:19:47PM -0700, jekillen wrote:
> Hello;
> I've not had to do this on a Unix system before. But now I have Apache 
> running as nobody and
> have php scripts creating and writing to directories. The files it 
> creates have the default mask
> rw-r-r and I want to change it to rw-rw-- so I can remove the files and 
> dirs with group write permissions
> via ftp.

Could you not chmod the files / directories via your php script? See:

> <question>
> How do you change the default mask for a user like Apache on a Unix 
> system?
> </question>

I believe you can set this via envvars

Kelly D. Grills

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