setfacl(1) is a command-line utility to set ACL (Access Control List) information on files, part of a withdrawn POSIX draft from 1997

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How can I set up a filesystem directory to *always* be group writable?

I have a Linux file server with some shared directories. These directories are sometimes accessed over SFTP, and sometimes by users with shells. Regardless of how these directories are accessed, I ...
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setfacl issue on subdirs created by server

I'm facing issues on inheriting the parent permissions for the folders created by PHP script which is executed by the server. I've created the deployer user, added to www-data group and set the ...
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facl permission denied when change acl

I have two server, setup should be the same, but I'm getting weird behavior. I upload on the server file (using web app) and when I'm doing deploy of app I'm changing permissions useing setfacl like ...
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Convenient WordPress Web Directory Permissions?

I'm setting up a webserver for WordPress. WordPress requires it's stuff to be owned by www user or it has problems installing plugins and themes (asks for server FTP credentials, it's stupid, I ...
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Setfacl: Removing ACL make my file executable

I'm making a script to add and remove ACL for third party unix account. Adding ACL works like a charm. Removing works but make a file created by sub-users executable. See: ~/test$ mkdir directory ...
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Setting default permissions on newly created files/folders [closed]

I have a network of sites where all sites share same "images" folder. I have created /home/_images/entities and symlinked it from all websites, and it works great with Apache, when I open /images/ on ...
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Local “incoming” dir

I need to create a directory on a Linux server where users can "submit" files, similar to the incoming directory on an ftp server. (Where they would not be viewable after submission.) Specifically, ...
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mkdir -p ignores facl?

I am trying to enforce file perms of 777 across a specific set of dirs. I used "setfacl -m d:o::rwx" and got what appears to be the right permissions $ getfacl . # file: . # owner: blah # group: ...
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Logrotate: Postrotate setfacl failed with no such file or directory error

I set some extended ACL entries for /var/log/squid3/ and /var/log/squid3/access.log. sudo setfacl -m u:jetty:r-x,g:adm:r-x /var/log/squid3 sudo setfacl -m u:jetty:r--,g:adm:r-- ...
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which is better, setfacl or chmod +a? [closed]

I have been working with Ubuntu for a year or so. Just the other week I have started to learn the Symfony framework which works faster with the ACL. In the installation and configuration of Symfony ...
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setfacl for all users

Is it possible to set the permission for all users or all groups that are present in the acl? Namely, I would like a command that applies permissions uniformly for all members of an entity type, ...
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Have new files inherit their folder's extended ACLs

We are moving our web files from AFS to a local volume with the acl flag set. We use extended ACLs for our permissions so users can edit different parts of our websites. In AFS, when you create a new ...
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Default owner and setting sticky bit by default

I have a RHEL 5.5 server and want to set up some specific security for a directory: Please note that I am not asking how to do this one time... that has already been done. I want all new ...
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Give read/write permission of group files to a user

How can I use setfacl to allow a user to have read/write permission on the home directory of any user that belongs to a certain group?
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linux/setfacl - Set all current/future files/directories in parent directory to 775 with specified owner/group

I have a directory called "members" and under it there are folders/files. How can I recursively set all the current folders/files and any future ones created there to by default have 775 permissions ...
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setfacl equivalent to chmod for setting/unsetting individual flag

Using setfacl command line arguments, is there a way to set/unset a single flag as the following command will do ? chmod g+x FILE Please note that: setfacl g::x FILE setfacl g::--x FILE are ...
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ACL multiple default groups?

With Linux ACL, can you have multiple groups with default access to a folder? I want this for sharing code repositories between different coding groups + several processes. My thinking is, if a user ...