ACL stands for access control list. ACLs extend permissions on files beyond the traditional user-group-others triple.

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Using setfacl to allow group members to write to any file in a directory

I'd like to use setfacl so that anyone in group 'app' can edit any file contained within /usr/local/users/app regardless of what the traditional UNIX permissions say. I have two users john and ben. I ...
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User with read access to /home

Pardon my ignorance but I can't seem to come up with a solution to this one. I'd like to create a user that has read access to every user's home catalog located in /home. Do I need acl's for this or ...
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setfacl access issues

I have a list of users (user1,user2,user3,superuser). user1, user2 and user3 belong to a usergroup called normalusers . Now, I need to issue the access control list command for the user superuser to ...
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How do I edit a file and preserve its access control list / SELinux security context?

I'm on CentOS 6.2, and have a file with the alternate access method character displayed as a dot. ls -l myfile -rwxr-x---. 1 me mygroup 172 Aug 13 10:03 myfile ^ This dot. ...
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Chroot SFTP users who require access to multiple directories under same parent folder

I have a RHEL 6 server with a /Documents directory, and it has child directories 1 2 3 4 5.... right under the /Documents directory. Is it possible to create an SFTP chroot jail that only gives a ...
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Copying a file on a JFS filesystem, does not follow ACL guidelines

I have a JFS filesystem /dev/md2 on /mnt/hd2 type jfs (rw) to which I'm trying to copy some folders into target folder /mnt/hd2/videos/movies/. NOTE: I'm actually not using this target folder ...