[Mailman-Users] Permissions problem accessing commands via php

Dave B dave at dpss.bz
Sat Dec 10 18:22:43 CET 2005

Does it use the umask setting? If so, it should be setting permissions 
to 644 (umask is 022) instead of the 660 that it sets. Is there a way 
to change what it uses as  standard permissions?

Thanks - Dave

On Dec 9, 2005, at 11:48 PM, Mark Sapiro wrote:

> Dave B wrote:
>> This works fine except that for some reason the permissions will
>> sometimes revert back to 660 and then the script won't work. Only one
>> config.pck file has to have 660 permissions for the script not to 
>> work.
>> When I change that particular file back to 664 - the script works
>> again. ANy ideas on what would cause the permissions to change back to
>> 660?
> The mail list Save() method effectively moves the current config.pck to
> config.pck.last and saves a new one (it's more complicated than this
> for safety, but this is the effect). Thus, every time any list
> attribute is changed and saved (i.e. whenever a post is processed or
> the admin or admindb interfaces are changed or a member changes
> options, etc., etc.), a new config.pck is created with 'standard'
> permissions.
> -- 
> Mark Sapiro <msapiro at value.net>       The highway is for gamblers,
> San Francisco Bay Area, California    better use your sense - B. Dylan

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