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Old 10-22-2009
FTP Files should get full permission

Hi All,

Could any one please help me in performing the following?
We have the following folder:

/home/test/proj1
/home/test/proj2
/home/test/proj3

Users from different country places files in this folder using FTP (These users uses different flavors of FTP tools).

Our requirement is that whenever any one places files into above folders only, those files permission should get changed to 777. This should happen to only above folders.

I would really appreciate for any help in this.

Thanks in advance,
Venkat
# 2  
Old 10-22-2009
use serfacl to set default ACL, or run cronjob to change permission by root?

Code:
chmod -R 777 /home/test/proj*/*


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