I have a Debian server which I've set up file ACLs on. However, ACLs on the
encfs filesystem I've made don't seem to be handled properly. The mount directory is setguid and has a
default:group::rwx ACL entry, but files and directories I make in the root are set to be non-group-writable. I've also tried making a directory on the filesystem and manually setting the default ACL on it, but files and directories I make in that directory don't have group write permission either.
I think I'm missing a mount option or something (I had to change
/etc/fstab to add an
acl option for the root filesystem when I set up ACLs), but I get a
fuse: unknown option error from trying to mount with
The exact command I'm using to mount the filesystem is
encfs -o allow_other /home/blackl/.this /home/blackl/this.
How do I get the encrypted filesystem to handle ACLs properly?