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Apr
22
comment Daemon file access denied while it shouldn't
Good explanation. I had thought of ACL but the filesystems currently doesn't have it enabled so I guess I'll start working on that.
Apr
21
asked Daemon file access denied while it shouldn't
Apr
21
accepted Test effective permissions of file for user
Apr
21
answered Test effective permissions of file for user
Apr
21
asked Test effective permissions of file for user
Mar
22
comment 64-bit Linux doesn't recognize my RAM between 3 and 32 GB
I would be interested in what a debian live (/ubuntu, since it's the next closest thing) boot would tell, since that can be used to easily distinguish between problems with your hardware and problems with your configuration.
Jan
13
awarded  Good Answer
Jan
9
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
9
answered Accidently created a file called -X, how can I delete it?
Sep
4
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Sep
3
awarded  Scholar
Sep
3
accepted Group information reported wrong for a specific user
Sep
3
answered Group information reported wrong for a specific user
Sep
3
comment Get rights for specific user on file/dir
If the calling user doesn't have access it should return false or an error (I'd like to use it as an additional layer of access control, the service can't even serve anything it doesn't have access to)
Sep
3
comment Get rights for specific user on file/dir
I realised that shortly after commenting, see my edited comment
Sep
3
awarded  Supporter
Sep
3
comment Get rights for specific user on file/dir
I had thought of this, but doesn't this create an enormous security leak? The executing user would need sudo rights...
Sep
3
asked Get rights for specific user on file/dir
Aug
29
revised Group information reported wrong for a specific user
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Aug
29
comment Group information reported wrong for a specific user
@rozcietrzewiacz Then the group information is invalid too. The same holds true for /bin/dash -l