ACL: Default and other problems
Nico -telmich- Schottelius
nico-freebsd-questions at schottelius.org
Wed Oct 25 12:40:49 UTC 2006
Chuck Swiger [Tue, Oct 24, 2006 at 09:21:51AM -0700]:
> >Now I am interested on how you would solve this problem with standard
> >Unix-Ids without using external tools (like callin chown/chgrp/chmod
> >each update).
> This constraint makes the problem impossible to solve. Either you
> are interested in the impossible, or you aren't really looking to
> solve the problem using standard Unix mechanisms...
Actually, I am really not looking for 'old Unix mechanism' to solve
that issue, because I think ACLs are definetly made for this kind of
I've been using ACLs on Linux for some years now and I am really
wondering why simply applying the default ACLs is such a problem
As far as I know, ACLs are considered stable in FreeBSD, aren't they?
I am really wondering who to contact for the issues I've reported on .
Thanks for any hints,
``...if there's one thing about Linux users, they're do-ers, not whiners.''
(A quotation of Andy Patrizio I completely agree with)
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