I have a directory that 2 different groups have access to. When one group writes to the folder it retains the permissions of that group. I need the permissions to change to the permissions of the directory.
I thought I could add a crontab in and run a little script every 1 minute to set the correct permissions. The script does what it should when ran by the cmdline but not when I try to run it from the crontab. Is it not possible to run chmod and chown on a folder by using a crontab? The entry into my /etc/crontab file looks like this: 0 * * * root /bin/fixperms My fixperms file looks like this: #!/bin/sh chmod -R 777 /usr/local/ServerFiles chown -R staff /usr/local/ServerFiles Am I doing this right? Jon To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-questions" in the body of the message