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Sudo

The sudo command is an abbreviation for "substitute user do" (as in, do a command as if started by another user)

Umask

Umask is a Unix command to specify default permissions for the new files, created by the current user

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"If you forget to use this and your default umask is more restrictive or less restrictive then you will need to re-run the non- sudo"

from question "Problems with first upload to github"

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