[Greasemonkey] Greasemonkey creates unusable gm_scripts on Linux

Robert G. Werner robert at inreachtech.net
Sun Jul 31 16:31:43 EDT 2005


Aaron Boodman wrote:
>>Matt Nordhoff wrote:
>>
>>>Okay, this may or may not have been mentioned before, but gm_scripts is
>>>created readable and writable by the owner and readable by everyone
>>>else, but a directory also needs to be executable for it to be possible
>>>to enter it, so you have to manually chmod it 755. Could there be a
>>>check that makes sure the directory is usable?
> 
> 
> Hm yeah, I didn't think about that.
> 
> 
>>I don't have this problem with the latest .5 GM release on FF 1.0.6 on
>>Linux (FC3).
> 
> 
> Is the directory created 644 but you can read it? Or is it created 755
> somehow? Because I think I specifically coded it to be 644 in
> Greasemonkey. There wasn't anything in Firefox to create the folder
> with the "default" or to inherit them so far as I could see.
> 
It's 755.

I think my umask is 022 so maybe when the new dir was created it just
used that?

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