troubleshooting Question

umask and default file permission

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i am working on a web project that runs on freebsd.

currently all the file that created dynamically by the internet user (they upoad file through web browser) has a default file permission of 0644.

however, i need these files to have a default extension of 0755 in order to have my perl code working.

i changed the umask from 022 to 000 for both user and root and nothing happens. every time i re-logged back in and my umask number stays the same.

i am very confuse and don't know what to do.

thanks for anybody that can give me a hand.

thanks
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