playing with a scilinux 6.1 box. fs is ext4 with acls enabled.
If I have a directory, say /pub, that I want everything in it to always, without exception have a predefined owner, predefined group, predefined set of permissions and a predefined set of acls, no matter who copied the file/directory/whatever in, no mater if it gets mv'ed in, no matter nuthin'.
Basically, any file/directory in the 'top' directory (/pub in the case of /pub, src in the case of /usr/src, html in the case of /var/lib/html, whatever) will -always- be owned:grouped by the owner:group of the top directory, no matter how it gets there, no matter who tries to change it. And the permissions will always be whatever the permission set is, no matter what or how, and the acl set will always be the same, no matter what/where.
How do I configure that?
I know this must be an FAQ, but dipped if I can get it.