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Re: Tramp: changing umask?

From: Nick Dokos
Subject: Re: Tramp: changing umask?
Date: Wed, 08 Jun 2016 18:21:38 -0400
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egarrulo <address@hidden> writes:

> On 08/06/16 21:37, egarrulo wrote:
>> On 08/06/16 17:20, Barry Margolin wrote:
>>> In article <address@hidden>,
>>>   egarrulo <address@hidden> wrote:
>>>> When I create a file with C-x C-f (ido-find-file) in Tramp, Tramp
>>>> creates the file with 0664 permissions instead of 0644 permissions.
>>>> Here is the relevant configuration:
>>>> (setq tramp-default-user "myuser")
>>>> (require 'tramp)
>>>> How can I make Tramp create new files with 0644 permissions?  Thanks.
>>> It sounds like the target user's umask is different from your umask.
>> Thanks for your suggestion.  Indeed the user's umask is 0002, which
>> explains
>> the 0664 permissions.  Can I change the umask from Tramp before
>> creating/saving files?
> I have tried to connect with SSH, running the command:
> umask 0022
> then disconnecting and connecting again, but umask was 0002 again.

That's correct: umask is set for a shell session through an init file
(.bash_profile, /etc/profile or similar) and it persists only for that
session. I don't know if there is a tramp way of doing it, but you
can certainly do what you want by adding

umask 022

to the shell initialization file of the user on the remote host.


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