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How to update bashrc to include default umask #2628

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alpana17 opened this issue Nov 6, 2019 · 2 comments

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@alpana17 alpana17 commented Nov 6, 2019

/etc/bash/bashrc is read-only file As /etc/bash/bashrc is symlink to /usr/share/bash/bashrc

To edit this file, I added

  • path: /etc/bash/bashrc
    filesystem: root
    append: true
    contents:
    inline: |
    umask 027
    in ignition file. But when I passed it to user-data while launching the machine, it gave me error "Connection timeout"

Then I tried with same ignition just removed bashrc stuff, things worked as desired.

So, how can I make desired changes to bashrc?

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@bgilbert bgilbert commented Nov 7, 2019

Add a file with a .sh extension to /etc/profile.d.

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@alpana17 alpana17 commented Nov 8, 2019

umask in /etc/profile or /etc/profile.d is applicable for login users only
I wanted to add in bashrc to apply usmask to nologin users
How can this be done?

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