setfacl(1) is a command-line utility to set ACL (Access Control List) information on files, part of a withdrawn POSIX draft from 1997

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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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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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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?