Enforce minimal file/ dir permissions
mister.olli at googlemail.com
Sat Jun 21 11:51:51 UTC 2008
after looking at the mac_bsdextended docs I found out, that it will not
solve my problem:
> "When access to a file system object is attempted, the list of rules
> is iterated until either a matching rule is located or the end is
<-- From http://freebsd.therek.net/handbook/mac-bsdextended.html
all these rules only apply when you try to read a file.
In my case I have to enforce what filesystem rights should be applied
when writing the file.
Does anyone have ideas how to solve this. I'm quite frustrated, cause I
haven't found any way to do this...
Am Montag, den 16.06.2008, 08:21 -0400 schrieb Bill Moran:
> In response to Mister Olli <mister.olli at googlemail.com>:
> > Hi...
> > on my filer I have to enforce minimal file permission of 664 for files
> > and 755 for directorys.
> > no user should be able to change them to a value less than that.
> > any ideas how to do this?
> Look at MAC and the bsdextended module (filesystem firewall):
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