Re: permission set to 000 (chmod 000) only during transmission (scp/s ftp)
From: John Davidorff Pell (johnpell_at_mac.com)
Date: Mon, 8 Nov 2004 11:50:09 -0800 To: Secure Shell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I'm not sure if OpenSSH supports that, but if it does I would be very
interested in it. Anyone know how to do it?
On 7 Nov 2004, at 02:52, von Wiedenbauer Dirk (KTPZ 6) wrote:
> Hi all.
> We are using two different SSH Versions
> - SSH Secure Shell 2.3.0 (non-commercial version) on
> - OpenSSH_3.7.1p2, SSH protocols 1.5/2.0, OpenSSL 0.9.7c 30 Sep 2003
> --> Solaris 2.8
> When transfering files with "SSH Secure Shell 2.3.0" the file
> permission is set to 000 (chmod 000). As soon as the transmission has
> finished the permission of the file is set to the default value (e.g.
> We now have installed "OpenSSH_3.7.1p2" . The behaviour of the file
> transfer has changed . The file permission (e.g. 640) is set already
> at the beginning of the transmission.
> We liked the transmission behaviour of the older version (SSH Secure
> Shell 2.3.0). Does anybody knows what to change on "OpenSSH_3.7.1ps"
> so it behavious the same as "SSH Secure Shell 2.3.0"?
> Many thanks.
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