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default primary group for ftp's files

Hi all,

How do i change the default primary group of files uploaded in AIX (via ftp) in such a way that the files will be owned by tom:staff?

I understand that the default file permission can be set in /etc/profile for aix by adding a new line
Code:
umask=032

Do I add a line in umask as well?

Thank you!
Adrianne

Last edited by chipahoys; 06-23-2010 at 04:20 AM..
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Originally Posted by chipahoys
How do i change the default primary group of files uploaded in AIX (via ftp) in such a way that the files will be owned by tom:staff?
create a user with the credentials you want to achieve (user name, primary group) and start the ftp server as this user.

I hope this helps.

bakunin
# 3  
In FTP configuration file there is parameter Default umask it's better to set the umask option from there... If bakunin suggestion wont work try to put script in crontab which sets permissions every minute or so...
# 4  
to specify the permission of umask ftp you can do it by the following steps

go to /etc/inetd.conf

Change the ftpd to be as the below

Code:
ftp     stream  tcp6    nowait  root    /usr/sbin/ftpd  ftpd -u 2

2 it's the umask that what you want from the ftp daemon to make it !
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decrypt without seeing the standard output

Hi guys,

I searched thru the forums for an alternative but I'm afraid I didn't find the answer -

How do I decrypt a file in AIX without seeing the standard output?

Code:
gpg: WARNING: using insecure memory!
gpg: please see GnuPG Frequently Asked Questions - GnuPG.org for more information
gpg: encrypted with 1024-bit ELG-E key, ID 9D06BAF5, created 2009-02-16
      "gpg_Payroll <HRPortal@csx.us.cs.com>"

I am trying to put this into a script but the following doesn't work:

Code:
echo -n `gpg -d file > file.dec`
echo `gpg -d file > file.dec > /dev/null`
echo `gpg -d file > file.dec` > /dev/null

Thanks in advance for the help!

Adrianne
# 6  
try
Code:
gpg -d file > file.dec 2>/dev/null

fail placed in this thread btw
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