It is specified in various documentation on the net that linux/unix file base permissions are 666 with regards to how umask manipulates. This is also relevant with regards to the fact that default ...
I have a folder on a HFS+ volume I can't delete. I already tried to get rid of the ACLs but somehow this doesn't worked out. The folder is calles CrashPlan.app. Here is what the terminal says: ...
It might be the time of night, but this is puzzling me. Picture the following. [root@node1 acltest]# getfacl foo/ # file: foo # owner: root # group: testuser user::rwx group::r-x other::--- ...
I have a directory which can be read and written by a couple of unix groups. This is achieved by using ACLs. Let's assume I did it like this: mkdir /tmp/test setfacl -m g:group1:rwx /tmp/test ...
Most unix derivates can copy ACLs from one file to another with: getfacl filename1 | setfacl -f - filename2 Unfortunately Mac OS X does not have the getfacl and setfacl commands, as they have ...
I need to allow members of the group 'ftpusers' to be able to change permissions on all objects inside a certain directory. I was looking into how to do it but all I have found is how to do it on BSD: ...
I've been doing some research into OpenSolaris and ZFS for use in a NAS. Thus far I have created the following: /tank/projects /tank/storage /tank/developer /tank/sandbox The ...