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|0000788||aMule||Preferences||public||2006-01-16 15:56||2006-01-17 19:14|
|Status||resolved||Resolution||no change required|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version||SVN|
|Summary||0000788: aMule does not create files with amule.conf/PermissionFiles value|
|Description||I wanted to read my files of Incoming directory from other users so I tried to change the permissions with files are created by aMule.|
Because I wanted 666 for files, I give to "PermissionsFiles" the value 438 (666). I started aMule, however the file are created with 644. What's wrong?
It seems to be a bug!
-rw-r--r-- p2p p2p noon.mp3
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|Folder permisions? umask output? Info we need.|
(ls -ld to all the parent dirs)
drwxr-xr-x 3 root root 96 Jun 9 2005 /home/
drwxr-xr-x 4 p2p p2p 184 Jan 4 12:26 /home/p2p/
drwx------ 4 p2p p2p 768 Jan 17 09:42 /home/p2p/.aMule/
drwxr-x--- 2 p2p p2p 296 Jan 17 00:43 /home/p2p/.aMule/Incoming/
(from ps aux)
p2p 6916 2.8 9.1 61124 23408 ? Ssl Jan15 69:43 /usr/bin/amuled
p2p /home/p2p /bin/false
The user who runs amuled has false shell (included in /etc/shells) because I do not want anyone login with that user.
Something more? All you need.
System uname: 18.104.22.168 i686 Pentium II (Deschutes)
Taken from "man 2 umask":
The umask is used by open(2), mkdir(2), and other system calls
that create files to modify the permissions placed on newly cre-
ated files or directories. Specifically, permissions in the umask
are turned off from the mode argument to open(2) and mkdir(2) (so,
for example, the common umask default value of 022 results in new
files being created with permissions 0666 & 0000018:0000022 = 0644 = rw-
r--r-- in the usual case where the mode is specified to open(2) as
In other words, you get your 666 permission, minus the umask, which equals 644.
I understand. However, don't you think aMule should try to set the wished permissions for those files downloaded trying to forget umask? This would give more flexiblity to users who don't prefer to change his umask only for aMule needs.
Thanks for your great support and sorry for my bad English, :).
|Actually, it would be less flexible if aMule ignored the umask. You can simply set it to zero with the umask command if you dont wish to have it affect aMule.|
|Xaignar, I wouldn't like to be annoying with this but if the user set umask to 000 this will affect all his enviroment! Moreover, sometimes, amuled is run by an user without shell or /bin/false like the assigned shell.|
My friend rg3 told me I could do this:
|2006-01-16 15:56||Sevein||New Issue|
|2006-01-17 08:43||Kry||Note Added: 0001795|
|2006-01-17 09:27||Sevein||Note Added: 0001797|
|2006-01-17 09:29||Sevein||Note Added: 0001798|
|2006-01-17 11:16||Xaignar||Note Added: 0001799|
|2006-01-17 14:57||Sevein||Note Added: 0001801|
|2006-01-17 17:04||Xaignar||Status||new => resolved|
|2006-01-17 17:04||Xaignar||Fixed in Version||=> CVS|
|2006-01-17 17:04||Xaignar||Resolution||open => no change required|
|2006-01-17 17:04||Xaignar||Assigned To||=> Xaignar|
|2006-01-17 17:04||Xaignar||Note Added: 0001802|
|2006-01-17 17:32||Sevein||Status||resolved => feedback|
|2006-01-17 17:32||Sevein||Resolution||no change required => reopened|
|2006-01-17 17:32||Sevein||Note Added: 0001803|
|2006-01-17 17:38||Sevein||Note Added: 0001804|
|2006-01-17 19:14||Xaignar||Status||feedback => resolved|
|2006-01-17 19:14||Xaignar||Resolution||reopened => no change required|
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