[Clipart] Two issues
Jonadab the Unsightly One
jonadab at bright.net
Sat Jan 1 10:53:00 PST 2005
"Jonadab the Unsightly One" <jonadab at bright.net> writes:
> "Jonadab the Unsightly One" <jonadab at bright.net> writes:
>> The thing is, I *thought* I understood Unix filesystem permissions,
>> but that plus symbol has me baffled; I have NO idea what it even
> A Google search for filesystem permissions "drwxrwxr-x+"
> turns up a page that seems to indicate that the + symbol represents an
> ACL. (Did I mention that Google is cool?) That gives me something to
> go on, so I potentially might be able to figure out how we can fix
> this ourselves (hopefully). I'll research ACLs today.
Based on the information here:
and on the manpage for setfacl,
I believe this is what we needed to do:
getfacl incoming-pre-0.09 > ~/temp.acl
setfacl -M ~/temp.acl incoming
So I did that, and checked with getfacl to see that both directories
now have the same stuff in their ACLs. That does appear to be so.
Please note that I do not grok ACLs well enough to verify that these
permissions are really exactly what we want them to be -- I only know
enough to state that I think they are the same as the permissions on
the former incoming directory (which is now incoming-pre-0.09).
split//,"ten.thgirb\@badanoj$/ --";$\=$ ;-> ();print$/
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