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I've hacked this type of setup using inotify. You can simplu monitor the upload directory and once a file is uploaded, it's acl can be changed as suitable. On my system I simply do chmod g+rHi, I've set up an upload-only account on my Ubuntu 8.04 LTS server. (OpenSSH_4.7p1+sftpfilecontrol-v1.2 Debian-8ubuntu3.2sftpfilecontrol)In order to make the files readable to whom it might concern, I have setgid flags on the upload directory, and have set group ownership etc.I'd like to force all files to be group readable, and I am trying to use sftpfilecontrol (http://sftpfilecontrol.sourceforge.net/) to manage the umask on a per-user basis. However, I can't get it to work. (As I am running a LTS server, I can not upgrade to openssh 5.#)Does anyone have experience with managing these kind of setups?
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