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Incorrect or missing information? Unix Permissions
Linux, Unix, macOS only
When SABnzbd runs on a Unix-like server, the download result must often be made available for other users.
Normally files that are created by a user account, are private. This is also true for the files, created by SABnzbd.
This is OK for the internal administration files, but not always for the downloaded files.
In Config->Folders you can specify which access rights SABnzbd should give the end result.
This parameter is passed to the CHMOD command. It uses the octal notation supported by CHMOD.
You need to specify the settings for folders, so with the X bits set, SABnzbd will automatically remove any X bits for the files.
Also note that folders and files will always have private access (SABnzbd does not allow blocking of private access).
||full access for everyone|
||only private access|
||private read/write access, others only read access|
||private read/write access, group read access, others no access|
Note: you cannot use the "readable" values that chmod supports. Use ony the octal format.