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  1. [all variants] Re: I want to change Ubuntu's default file permissions

    The solution I found was to change my umask command in /etc/profile from


    umask 022
    to



    umask 077
  2. [all variants] Re: I want to change Ubuntu's default file permissions

    Thanks for the reply. I would prefer some automatic solution as opposed to just chmoding the home directories. For example, users may want their home directories readable/executable to host their...
  3. [all variants] [SOLVED] I want to change Ubuntu's default file permissions

    I'm planning on setting up a multi-user ubuntu server where users have shell access to this machine. I notice the default file permissions on ubuntu seem to be 644 for files and 755 for directories....
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    [ubuntu] Re: cannot login as root

    Can you try this:


    sudo su

    Should give you root access to set the current user to root. (It worked for me)
  5. [ubuntu] Would like to disable some scsi_eh_* threads for faster boot

    For fun, I am profiling and speeding up my boot process for my Ubuntu machine. As you can see from my attached bootchart, the largest time eater is the modprobe process. If I'm understanding it...
  6. [all variants] Re: Need advice: remote login authentication

    Thank you both for your advice. It looks like LDAP what I was looking/hoping for.
  7. [all variants] [SOLVED] Need advice: remote login authentication

    Hi All,

    I'm interested in establishing a computing lab for the CS major at my liberal arts college. I have a fair amount of single system Linux experience, but I am less familiar with system wide...
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