I have a Unix File System in which I would like to emulate a OS X like Home folder where I have a 'Public' subfolder that is writeable for all but where no Files can be deleted.
I installed ACL on the system and modified the /etc/fstab to mount it with acl rights.
When I now look at the permissions on OS X home folder with
0 drwxr-xr-x+ 5 cb0 staff 170 17 Nov 23:46 Public
0: group:everyone deny delete
My first question is if there is an equal command on Linux to get this list because the
-e option does not exist on Linux Systems.
The next problem is the option
group:everyone deny delete, I think this tells ACL on OS X that only the users of the group can delete files in there.
How can I achieve this on a Linux machine ? I cannot add additional information to
setfacl, or is there any other command to achieve this ?