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comment Make all new files in a directory accessible to a group
Q2: I understand that the commands can be run in either order. But was I correct about the ordering w.r.t what they do? (Thanks for the clarification.)
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comment Make all new files in a directory accessible to a group
Q2. You said, "Now that the one-time setup is over, change the directory's ACL to give the group write permissions and to make these permissions inherited by newly created files." But you've got the order of the commands wrong, haven't you? i.e. the one with the -d option should come next as it's the command that sets permissions for the newly created files. Right?