Write permission in cshrc file ags

Paul Dean updated May 2, 2016 at 5:16 PM

Usual machines have the umask set to 007 in /etc/launchd-user.conf.  The following command will only change the umask for terminal

If user has a new host, they will need that file edited:

cat /etc/launchd-user.conf 

if no file exists;

sudo vim /etc/launchd-user.conf
umask 002