We use a hosting server of FreeBSD 10.3, where we don't have the authority to be a superuser. We use the server to run apache2 for web pages of our company.
The previous administrator of our web pages appeared to set an ACL permission to a directory, but we want to remove it. Let us say the directory is called
Now the result of
ls -al foobar is as follows:
drwxrwxr-x+ 2 myuser another_user 512 Nov 20 2013 foobar
And the permission is as follows:
[myuser@hosting_server]$ getfacl foobar # file: foobar/ # owner: myuser # group: another_user user::rwx group::rwx mask::rwx other::r-x
Here we want to remove the ACL permission and the plus sign at the last of the permission list. Therefore, we did
setfacl -b foobar
It eliminated the special permission governed by the ACL, but didn't erase the plus sign
Our question is how can we erase the plus sign
+ in the permission list, shown by 'ls -al foobar'?