I'm studying ACLs and am confused on where this information technically resides. Is this just technically just meta data from inodes?
CentOS 6.x In the process of studying ACLs, I came across this blurb in my training documentation: However with ACLs, you can't deny access for a user to his home directory While I can't think ...
CentOS 6.4 I'm trying to better understand how filesystem ACL rules are processed and in what order ACL rules apply. For example, let's say users bob and joe belong to a group called sales. Let's ...
CentOS 6.3 I'm studying Access Control Lists and for some reason, the getacl command isn't available. When I try running it, I get: [root@foobox test] getacl test.txt -bash: getacl: command not ...
I often find that the unix way of handling file permissions is powerful, particularly when combined with ACLs, but rather difficult to handle. Setting file modes, group ownership and extended ...
Why are directories created with permissions 2070 and files with 060 in a directory with setgid bit?
I have the following directory: $ ll -d neptune drwxrws---+ 5 beamin psych 4096 Mar 7 16:18 neptune $ getfacl neptune # file: neptune # owner: beamin # group: psych # flags: -s- user::rwx ...