I'm confused again.
I'm using File::Temp in a CGI program on apache/LINUX. The temp files get created just fine but I need to access them later in the program with another program called with system(). Problem is the permissions are 600 and the owner is 'nobody'.
Who is the user when running system?
Can I change/set the permisions using File::Temp?
What happens later when I port this to Windows?
I guess what I'm asking is what is the best way to deal with this to be portable? I soppose I could use chmod() but what will windows think?
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