a couple of years ago i setup an ubuntu vm in our office to be edited by two people simultaneously. i setup some sort of acl (but not necessarily acl, i don't actually remember!) to allow group editing of files.
i am now the sole user of the vm (everyone has their own) and find that everytime i edit a file over the local network, the + sign is set and the group is given rwx permission on the file.
so a normal file with 644 is suddenly given 674:
the + sign seems to indicate an acl has been set and i can see this when i view getfacl file:
# owner: james
# group: james
what i have tried already:
1. i have tried removing all acl's for the entire partition with setfacl -Rb /
2. setting 0644 and 0755 as the create mask and directory mask in the smb.conf (previously they were both set to 0775).
3. checking login defs and profile to make sure default umask is 0022
but still everytime i edit a file on the vm over the local network (i use sublime text), it is set to chmod 674 with +.
can anyone suggest somewhere i haven't looked yet?
edit: when creating a new file, it is created correctly with 644 with no acl. but when i open and save it from sublime text over the local network it is saves as 674 with the + sign again.