|Ivy Cabeza wrote:
> John R. McPherson wrote:
>> I think the reason the files are made writable is so that the
>> webserver can modify files when the Collector web interface is used to
>> manage collections.
>> If you are not going to use the Collector, I would recommend creating a
>> "gsdl" group and only adding users you want to edit collections to that
>> group, as you suggested. On a unix platform you could also make the
>> executable "set group ID" so that the executable runs with those group
>> permissions as well, especially if there are many users who have
>> on that machine.
> John McPherson
> thanks, john. actually, we were planning to use the greenstone library
> interface in creating collections. unfortunately, i'm not familiar
> with set user group. how can i library run with a specific group and
> all the created files belonging to the user who created them?
no need to answer. i figured out how to do this. thanks for your