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How do I chmod ACLs to groups with spaces in the name on Mac OS X?

I'm trying to add an ACL for the group "Domain Users", but since it has spaces in the group name it isn't parsed correctly by chmod: $ chmod -R +a 'DOMAIN\Domain Users allow ...
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Weird permissions getting set on directories after rsync

I've got a drive on a Mac (OSX 10.7.5) that I'm sharing on the LAN. In the system preferences, the share is set so System Administrator has Read & Write access, System Group has Read Only, and ...
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OSX: Undoing CHMOD

I've seen how to do this on linux, however is there a way to do it in OSX? I've accidentally ran chmod -R 777 / Looking for how to undo this. Thank you
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How do you give full access w/ chmod to multiple groups? Need to use ACL's?

First of all, thanks for reading. I've had success running a plist launchd job that is in my LaunchAgents folder. It basically calls a small shell script that chmod's a folder's permissions. I then ...
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How do I copy ACLs on Mac OS X?

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 ...
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What does the @ symbol mean in a file's permission settings?

I'm on MacOSX, I did ln -s on a directory and these are the results: -rwxrwxr-x@ 1 shiki admin 970332 Mar 6 16:38 apc.so -rwxrwxr-x@ 1 shiki admin 653884 Mar 6 16:38 eaccelerator.so ...
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How to change permissions on folders, but not files?

Is there a concise linux command (that will work on OSX) to change permissions on folders and all of their contents, but leave files in the current directory untouched? For example: ...