I've programmed a script using python which logs in as
root on the host machine and executes some commands. Therefore it uses
ssh. I want to setup
acl. If I do following commands in the command line, everything works well.
s.execute("setfacl -m user:www-data:r-x,mask:r-x /srv/gitosis/.ssh") s.execute("setfacl -m user:www-data:r--,mask:r-- /srv/gitosis/.ssh/id_dsa")
This is the python call and I always get:
setfacl: /srv/gitosis/.ssh: Operation not supported setfacl: /srv/gitosis/.ssh/id_dsa: Operation not supported
What is the problem here? Doing that via ssh directly works well.