My apologies if this is the wrong Stack Exchange for this sort of question — it seems like the most appropriate.
yum package should I install to get the
setfacl command on my linux virtual server running Cent OS 6. Or is
yum not the way to do this? Or does Cent OS 6 have a different way of setting up ACLs? Or something else?
I'm a developer — I've setup a virtual server with a VPS hosting company. They're imaged a virtual machine with Cent OS for me. However, I don't have access to the
setfacl command. I need this command to correctly setup directory access for my Symfony log and caching folders (per their instructions).
My assumption is my VPS host set me up with a very bare installation and I need to have some security or access related package installed, but I can't seem to google up that package myself. I plan on asking their support — but 1. We know how awful support can be sometimes, and 2. I'd like to know from the experts what the "right" way to do this is in case support is as awful as I think they'll be.
Any help is appreciated — (and don't worry, I only plan to use this VPS for IP restricted development)