The ACL is a security and access component of Operating Systems. It contains a set of entries that determine who and what has access to a specified physical or logical system object.

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Use /sys/class/gpio/ in Python without root permissions

I want to interact with the GPIO pins using the Python module Ablib. And I want to do this without root permissions. How can I achieve this? When I create an ablib.Pin instance the module opens ...
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Is there a way to use ACL to deny access to folders by user, preferrably by making them invisible?

Is there a way to use Linux's Access Control Lists feature to deny access to folders by user, preferrably by making them invisible? This is needed for a chroot SFTP environment where we want to block ...
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Is it possible to hide directories on share using Apple ACL?

I'm just setting an office server running Maverick Server. I can setup control to directories and block some users or group from accessing certain things. However, I can't seem to find any way to ...
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Windows 8 Admin Users Not Appearing on Refresh or Other Repair Options

Something a little odd has happened where I am working on a system that's been stuck in an infinite repair loop on Windows 8. Further, when you go into the repair -> refresh option, it unfortunately ...
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How do NTFS Permissions Work with Deletion?

I have a folderA. I'd like a user (let's call him darth) to be able to do anything (create,read,write,delete) folders/files inside folderA , BUT darth should NOT be able to delete folderA itself. To ...
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facl doesn't set files executable by default

I ran these commands on a directory: setfacl -d -m g::rwx dir setfacl -d -m u::rwx dir setfacl -d -m o::--- dir getfacl dir returns # file: dir # owner: someuser # group: somegroup # flags: -s- ...
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Is there anyway you can restrict users from executing a command with another name?

I'm not asking an obvious question here. I would like to elucidate with an example. A user 'bob' is always executing 'chmod 777 /home/bob/impfiles' so that user 'alice' could make changes to the ...
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Preserve ability to set FACL

Using setfacl on linux, seems like only owner (and root) can modify the ACL via setfacl, is that right? If there is a directory owned by joe and joe grants rwx to marry, she can read any file, ...
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Windows VM is resetting file permissions on CentOS host

I have a CentOS host machine with a Windows 7 virtual machine in VMware. There is a shared drive on the host machine (NFS share with other machines on the network) which has been configured with ACLs ...
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Why do Protocol Service Multiplexers can take only ODD numbered values between 1 and 32,767?

I am following a book called Bluetooth Essentials for Programmers and I am not much experienced, in the book it doesn't explain the reason of the odd-numbered values and I couldn't find information ...
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New File via Dropbox Does Not Inherit Windows Directory Permissions

Environment: Windows Server 2012 Mac OS 10.6.8 Dropbox The purpose of the Dropbox share is to allow the user on the Mac to move files into a directory that is served by IIS on the Windows Server ...
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How can I make Windows modify CIFS/ZFS ACLs 'correctly'

I have a FreeNAS (FreeBSD) system with a CIFS share (called "library") backed by a ZFS file system. The share is set up as per the FreeNAS GUI to use "Windows / Mac" ACLs which I'm led to believe ...
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How to stop existing user appearing in lastlog?

-l, --no-log-init is available in useradd, but not in usermod. How can I modify a user in this manner? And how does it work anyway?
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set ACL for BackupUser

I want to backup a whole bunch of folders from different users remotely. Therefore I created a special user that is able to log into the machine and (should) have the right to read all the files via a ...
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Standard user cannot access directory with ownership and mod 777, but root can

I have the weird issue of a directory being visible and viewable by root, but not by average users (even a sudoer). I run the command ls -alF at the directory containing the folder in question, and I ...
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ACL inheritance Hide files, show folders (Windows XP/…/7)

I'm currently trying to set ACLs in way that every people from a folder can access every sub-folder in it but cannot see the files. Is it possible to do this ? Possibly with an inheritance system ? ...
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Why did Windows 8.1 damage the security permissions on a drive from another Windows installation

I have a problem with Windows 8.1 and doing a "quick" backup of the files and folders on another installations HDD Scenario: Computer A: My computer = Windows 8.1 fully patched Computer B: ...
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Can't delete folder as admin, asks for Admin User that doesn't exist - “You'll need to provide administrator permission to delete this folder”

I am having a similar issue to the user who posted here. Basically, a folder in my Downloads (which shouldn't have any special permissions) won't allow me to delete it. When I try, I get a message ...
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ACL On Linux like Windows Permissions

Is there something for Linux where you have more advanced controls for linux permissions on users and groups like Windows. Is that what SeLinux is about?
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Exim is ignoring my ACL definitions for blacklists

As I am running several free sites which are CMS - based spammers are massivly attacking me. So I decided to set up my exim4 - installation for blacklisting domains. Exim seems not to care about any ...
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How to setup nfs share for users with write permissions

We used ubuntu linux on desktops with ldap authentication. Both on server and clients we have identical users and groups. I've setup nfs server with public share, which should be available for all ...
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Is it possible to set ACLs on a sysfs mount point?

I'd like to add the write access on /sys/power/state to my UID via ACLs, this way I'd don't need to use sudo or any setuid program to make my workstation go on sleepmode, is that possible ? I tried, ...
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ACL vs standard file permissions - which are used when accessing file?

ACLs and standard file permissions seem to be synchronized: $ getfacl test.cpp # file: test.cpp # owner: scdmb # group: scdmb user::rw- group::rw- other::r-- $ ls -l test.cpp -rw-rw-r-- 2 scdmb ...
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How can I set default permission with ACL in linux?

I have two groups group1 and group2. I need group1 users to be able to read-write (rwx) files owned by users in group2, but users in group2 cannot write to (r-x) files from group1. All users in a ...
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Explorer.exe COMRuntime error: unexisting user can't get access permissions to COM server

since explorer has no appid, it's not possible to find relevant DCOM component in Component Services. I tried editing access rights in Elevated-Unelevated Explorer Factory component and editing ...
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Effective group permission of a directory - setgid ineffective

I have this /srv directory that, for convenience, I would like members of the wheel group to have write access to, and for any files and directories created to transitively inherit the permissions. ...
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Change registry permissions via command line (batch file)

I found an awesome Reg Hack for Windows 7, that renames the 'Computer' icon to something like %username% on %computername%. Unfortunately, in the tutorial, it says to change permissions of the ...
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What does it mean to tor your ACL? [closed]

I've heard many people say that they tor their ACL. What does it mean? like they anonymously route their user permissions?
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Single permission OS X ACL entries

I'm just trying to understand what happens when you apply a new ACL entry (specifying only a single permission) to a directory or file through the terminal. For example if I were to run this to allow ...
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Files copied to shared folder do not inherit permissions

I have a shared directory with the Guest account having Read & execute, Read, List contents permissions. I can access files over the network (e.g. on my tablet or laptop) without issue. However, ...
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How do I find all files that do NOT have SYSTEM permission?

I saw that I can use icacls to find all files matching a SID, but how do I find all files that DO NOT have access for SYSTEM user? ICACLS name /findsid Sid [/T] [/C] [/L] [/Q] finds all matching ...
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How can I prevent access to my home directory from another root user?

This question was asked during an interview with Google and I can't find any answer. I'm thinking of encrypting your home directory, but if anyone has done it before, i'd appreciate if you can share ...
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OpenLDAP - Hide Group / Hide Group Members

I have an OpenLDAP server setup and it is working correctly. My question is this: is there some sort of ACL I can apply that will hide a group or members of a group from another group? In other ...
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Disable UAC/SID/ACL on windows 2008 R2

When i am logged in as an administrator on windows 2008R2 I NEVER EVER WANT permissions to be denied for any access modifications configurations or changes I make EVER. If I delete a printer I want it ...
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How can I list permissions of every component in a file path?

Sometimes it is necessary to determine on which directory in a path access rights are limited. Here is an example: $ ls /sys/kernel/debug/usb/devices ls: cannot access /sys/kernel/debug/usb/devices: ...
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Like a root but not quite the same

Is it possible to create a linux user group that has all other rights just like the root user, with the exception that it can only read files in /var/log folder, but can not change or delete them? Of ...
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No-execute access for file when on server but yes when on desktop

I am trying to set file permissions for an iMovie HD project file to be limited when it's on a server but have full access when it's on the user's desktop. I need to have users be able to copy a file ...
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How to chmod file I have access to, but I'm not the owner of?

First, why can't I do this? % id -un me % ls -l -rw-rw-r--+ bob bob 100 today foo % chmod +x foo chmod: changing permissions of `foo': Operation not permitted % getfacl foo # file: foo # owner: bob # ...
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chmod with extended ACLs

When setting the permissions on a file that does not have extended ACLs set, the 'user', 'group' and 'other' permissions are set. This can be seen with getfacl: $ touch testfile $ chmod 600 testfile ...
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Windows 8 Command Line Runas sending a password with a bat file

I want to use a .bat file to run a program at the windows 8 command line as 'aaron-desk/administrator'. This account has no password. I've tried the runas command, but this give me an error message ...
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Clean OSX (Mavericks) install: User folder / ACLs / .DocumentRevisions-V100/

I want to do a clean install of OSX Mavericks and manually transfer user-files. Reasons: I have migrated my User-Account over 3 or 4 releases and I want to make sure i don't carry old data or ...
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How to remove read-only attribute recursively on Windows 7

I need to remove read-only attributes of all files under a directory recursively on Windows 7 using command line. I think one can do this using icacls but I couldn't figure exactly how to do it. ...
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Copy security permissions of one file to another

I would like to replicate the permissions of a file to another. I do not want to copy the data, only the permissions. For example, I created a new file and want it to have the same permissions as ...
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Changing access rights of the specific folder for specifeid user

what is the exact analog of the following two commands in linux # chmod -R +a "www-data allow read,delete,write,append,file_inherit,directory_inherit" /path/to/moodledata $ sudo chmod -R ...
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why setting acl for a user changes group perms in ls output?

I'm trying to figure out why the output of ls command has changed. I mean group permissions for a file. I've created a file named "file" and changed its owner&group: [root@training group3]# ...
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Mac OS X ACL and file permissions

I'm trying to share a directory between 2 users, so that both have full access to it and to any files, and directories created within. Here are the things I've done so far: Create a group for the 2 ...
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Why aren't these ACLs working?

I'm trying to set ACLs so that the user and group of new files and directories created in the web server directory are owned by the www-data user. I have the exact same ACL on another server and they ...
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Let a user to run a command as a member of a group he does not belong to, using `sudoers`

How can I let a user U to run a command /usr/bin/C as a member of a group G (while he does not belong to the group G), using sudoers on Debian Wheezy?
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How to make Apache obey to default ACL on Fedora 19?

I have set default ACL to allow me doing anything on newly written files. But Apache seems to ignore that, and I don't have access to newly created files. How to fix that?
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Wake-On-LAN and Access Control List with Mac over Internet

I am researching the best way to wake my computer through a firewall over the internet remotely (the computer to be woken is a Mac). Through external research, I have seen that I should be able to ...