In using TRAMP to create a new file in a remote (Unix) directory, I discovered that TRAMP is not respecting the group sticky bit in that directory.
As is standard on a Unix system, the group sticky bit says that any new file created in that directory shall have the same group ownership as the directory itself. My own userid is
nr, and my default group is also called
nr. Because of the sticky bit, new files created on the remote host are owned by
nr but have group ownership
ta105. But new files created using TRAMP have group ownership
How can I modify or configure TRAMP so that it respects the group sticky bit in the remote directory?