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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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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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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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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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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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Prevent copying from specific network locations

A tad unusual question! I need to prevent users from copying (via Ctrl+C / Ctrl+V, Drag+Drop, Edit>Copy / Edit>Paste) from a folder on the local machine. I won't go into details of why, as it's ...
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rsync bullies destination ACLs for fun

I have the following ACLs configured on a directory (.ssh) at the destination of my rsync: # file: .ssh # owner: jsmith # group: jsmith user::rwx user:backup:r-x group::--- group:backup:r-x mask::r-x ...
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What's the “all other users” for folder security?

How do I add all other users to this: In the "Enter the object names to select (examples)" field.
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How do I restore Windows ACL to default?

A few months ago I got my computer, and instead of sticking with the preinstalled Windows 7 Home Premium and OEM stuff I decided I want a clean install from a DreamSpark disc. At the time I also ...
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ACLs vs group permissions in linux

I would like to allow a set of students to access a shared web-server. Students work in groups, and each group's home directory contains a www folder that should be accessible to the shared instance ...
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Why do you need execute permission on the parent directory to rename a file

On Linux/Unix file-systems, I understand the reason why you need the execute permission on the parent folder to read or write a file: the execute permission gives you access to the inode on the file, ...
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File permissions issue with an NFSv4 share, uploaded from a Mac Lion

I have an NFSv4 share that was working fine, with Macs using Snow Leopard, to share files across the network. The NFS share has one cloned user/group that all clients autoconnect as. All files ...
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Where does the file owner on Windows matter, seeing that there are ACLs?

Coming from a Linux background, I'm used to a file having an owner, and a owning group. Access permissions can be set separately for owner, group, and others, and that's it. Now on (NT-based) ...
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Using the command “id” in Linux?

I have some doubts with the use of the command id in Linux... I have added one user(andre) to the group "github-total", do if I do id andre I got: $ id andre uid=500(andre) gid=500(andre) ...
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Linux - How to get Filesystem ACL to allow group to have permission to folder

I'm a little confused on how to get this working. I have ACL working and I need to create two goups: github-total: group that the users in that group have permissions to the folder "/var/git" to ...
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How to get ACL to allow group to have permission to folder

I'm a little confused on how to get this working. I have ACL working and I need to create two goups: github-total: group that the users in that group have permissions to the folder "/var/git" to ...
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Why are file permissions retained when moving files within the same volume?

Ocassionally, we have the problem that a file has permissions different from the folder where it's in. Now I found out that there's a KB article explaining the reason behind this: By default, an ...
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Give write permissions to multiple users on a folder in Ubuntu

There is a folder that is owned by user tomcat6: drwxr-xr-x 2 tomcat6 tomcat6 69632 2011-05-06 03:43 document I want to allow another user (ruser) write permissions on document folder. The two ...
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I've lost rights to edit files in folder etc

C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts I'm updating the hosts file on regular basis but suddenly it stopped working and now asks for admin rights even though I am administrator. I've modified and ...
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Setting differing ACLs on directories and files

Quick ACL question: I want to set up default permissions for a file share so that everyone can rwx all of the directories and so that all newly created files are rw. Everyone who is accessing this ...
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User groups in linux

I have a requirement to give permissions to a folder or file to multiple groups. I can do this using acl but acl is not present on our system. What other alternative do i have? I have to do this at ...