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How to add ACI's to OpenLDAP properly

So I'm trying to get some ACI's added to my OpenLDAP system (hosting on CentOS 6). I've read how others put their ACI's in bdb like so... olcAccess: to attrs=userPassword,shadowLastChange by ...
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modifying user's group nuked ACL…why?

i was configuring vsftpd (Centos 6, btw) and when i changed the primary group, it broke my ACL. i get that the directory got re-chown/grp'd but what was really weird is that i when i reset the group, ...
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How set ZFS ACL permissions on CentOS 6

I use last ZFS (ZFS for Linux) on the CentOS 6. Create successfully pool, all working fine. But i have one question. How i can set ACL for ZFS folder/file? GNU ls, chmod, and other coreutils not ...
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How to prevent file owner from changing/deleting their own file? Linux CentOS

This is NOT your standard "how do permissions work" question! I'm thinking the answer will probably involve ACL, but I don't know how exactly. I've messed around with standard permissions, guid, ...
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How to get ACL working in CentOS?

I have this line in fstab: /dev/sda3 / ext3 defaults 1 2 I supposed I should change it to: /dev/sda3 / ext3 defaults,acl 1 2 I also suppose I should run: mount -t ext3 -o acl ...
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Forcing Linux Permissions Stickybits or ACLs

I have a question/confusion regarding forcing inherited permissions on Linux (namely CentOS 6) The Setup: 1 x CentOS File Server 2 x CentOS NFS Clients Lots x Windows Samba Clients The file share ...
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Configuring ACL on CentOS

I'm attempting to configure the following things via an ACL on CentOS 6: Allow UserX to mount any directory without sudo Allow UserX ability to edit /etc/fstab without sudo Having never configured ...
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Jail CentOS group to single dir (and dir's within) - FTP

What I am ultimately looking to do is jail a group of users to only be able to FTP into their home folder. They should be able to have r&w capabilities within their home folder, and within ALL ...
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Restrict Access to / with ACLs (CentOS)

This is a fairly simple question, and I've been struggling at great length with it for no reason, so I decided just to post the question. I have a FTP server with a bunch of users. They are all part ...
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CentOS: What does the mount-Command and why is it necessary before setfacl

I need to use the setfacl-command for the first time. On centos.org they say, that you first need to mount the file (http://www.centos.org/docs/5/html/Deployment_Guide-en-US/ch-acls.html). What does ...
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Is there a way to HIDE a file/dir from a specific user/group?

I'm setting up ACL permissions in CENTOS. I'm getting close to the structure that I have in mind however one piece is missing for completing the puzzle. Is there any way to HIDE a file/directory ...
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CentOS Default ACLs on Existing File System Objects

Is there a way to have existing file system objects inherit newly set default ACL settings of their parent directories? The reason I need to do this is that I have an user who connect via SFTP to my ...