Umask for ftp user

Default umask for ftp user is 022 (files created via ftp client has permissions 644). Is it possible to change it to 002?
In .bash_profile and .bashrc in ftp user home directory I have:

umask 002but it doesn’t work

the umask command you used only applies to what you do in the shell. My FTP client, Transmit, has an option to set permissions upon upload.

-Scott

My ftp server probably does not support umask command:

[thing]$ ftp p***a.pl Connected to p***a.pl. 220 DreamHost FTP Server Name (p***a.pl:adamuss): **** 331 Password required for ****. Password: 230 User *** logged in. Remote system type is UNIX. Using binary mode to transfer files. ftp> site help 214-The following SITE commands are recognized (* =>'s unimplemented). HELP CHGRP CHMOD 214 Direct comments to root@thing.dreamhost.com. ftp> site umask 500 'SITE UMASK' not understood ftp> bye 221 Goodbye. [thing]$ Any other ideas? I suppose I can’t modify /etc/proftpd/proftpd.conf :slight_smile:

Add the umask to .bashrc and reconnect using SFTP.

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