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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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1answer
43 views

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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167 views

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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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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1answer
121 views

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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103 views

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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1answer
89 views

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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1answer
29 views

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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476 views

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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73 views

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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26 views

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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1answer
79 views

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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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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1answer
150 views

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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1answer
143 views

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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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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1answer
419 views

Permissions Error Time Capsule (can't rsync owned by root:wheel group)

So, I had just flat out erased my Time Capsules 2TB drive and began running a sync script I wrote alongside a Time Machine Backup. They both have been running for over a day without a hitch, but out ...
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1answer
1k views

Understanding chmod and setfacl

I have a file that I think I should be able to execute. It shows these permissions with ls -lah: -rw-rwxr--+ foo foo-group And these with getfacl myfile: # file: app/console # owner: foo # group: ...
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Windows 8 permissions

I am having this really weird problem with Windows 8 where it won't let me edit or save to my program files folder in my C: drive. It keeps telling me access is denied, even when I have taken ...
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1answer
327 views

How can I set the default permissions for new files in a directory?

I have a local directory /var/foo I'd like it so that any file created in here can be read and written by any user (and any directory can be rwx). I've tried chacl -b u::rwx,g::rwx,o::rw- ...
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Mercurial ACL Groups causing 502 error

am setting up my mercurial repo using the ACL extension. When I configure the ACL.deny section I am trying to deny a specific group of users. When blocking them individually ACL works as intended and ...
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1answer
457 views

How to create an ACL list on Ubuntu

We are a few people working in an office on a server via SFTP. We all work on the same files so it would be great if we had, by default, read/write access by default on some folders. For example, ...
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Cannot remove files on Windows

I've got some files that I wish to delete. They are on a local hard drive. This hard drive has never been near any other operating system. I am the administrator, and the only administrator, for this ...
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Make file undeleteable but accessable

Iam having a problem with denying current user from deleting file on desktop. I tried to use icacls with: icacls file /grant:r %username%:(X,AD,WD,RD) from site but it didnt help I tried to deny ...
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NTFS Permissions - SYSTEM

Are there any possible side effects to removing permissions for SYSTEM on an NTFS directory? It is a non-system (user documents) folder. I know the obvious (i.e., that SYSTEM will no longer to be able ...
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NTFS Permissions - Folders and subfolders

Quick scenario on a local Windows system. Drive E: is formatted with NTFS has the following layout and permissions: E:\ (JohnDoe) E:\folder (Administrator) ...
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1answer
424 views

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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603 views

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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1answer
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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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2answers
2k views

List ACL with ACE in the proof in POWERSHELL?

I can list acl from an OU with Get-ACl cmdlet but I need to see the permission entries like we can see in : OU properties -> Security Tab -> Advanced -> View with Active Directory Users and Computers ...
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1k views

How to enable ACL?

I've installed ACL on my Ubuntu: aptitude install acl What is the next step ? /etc/fstab ? # /etc/fstab: static file system information. # # Use 'blkid -o value -s UUID' to print the ...
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Administrator not an Administrator?

I have copied some files from an XP computer to a PC running Windows 7. I am logged on as a user who is marked as an Administrator. When I try to access the directory, I am told I don't have ...
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1answer
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Windows Vista Home Premium - Change owner on files owned by SYSTEM

I've copied an entire profile's worth of folders from a Linux Samba share to a newly-formatted Windows Vista Home Premium system. For some reason, the entire hierarchy became owned by SYSTEM. Thus, ...
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Why would the NTFS ACL utility `icacls` alter the system partition behind the scene?

I attached an hdd to my win7 machine and assigned the drive letter I: to the only partition on the hdd. The hdd was originally from another computer, and to avoid all those "you don't currently have ...
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2answers
399 views

Allow other user to see just one directory in my user folder

I want to store mysql and postgres database dirs under my user folder, so is it possible to allow other users (_mysql and postgres) to access just directories they need (like ~/var/mysql and ...
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3answers
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NTFS permissions - “Inherited from”?

I have a NTFS external hard disk. It was in use primarily with one laptop, but that laptop has since been replaced. With my new laptop, I'm finding all my files are now read-only. The "read-only" ...
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2answers
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Files on SMB-Share are locked and some apps can't touch them

Why do all files from a SMB share mounted on OSX are locked, generating Opearation not permiteted on some commands? I have a Windows 7 x64 machine is providing a share. The OS X 10.6 machine has ...
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2answers
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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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2answers
448 views

ACL and moving files in Nautilus

When I move files from a private home directory (e.g. /home/jack) to a shared directory (e.g. /home/shared-school) Nautilus copies the file permissions from the original file into the shared directory ...
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Linux File Permissions & Access Control Query

Let's say I am user bob in group users. There's this file: -rw----r-- 1 root users 4 May 8 22:34 testfile First question: Why can't bob read the file as it's readable by others? Is it simply ...
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1answer
142 views

How can I get vim to set an ACL on its swap files?

I use vim on an OS X Snow Leopard Server machine. A number of the directories I work in have ACLs (so that various groups of users can access them over AFP) that are inherited. For some reason, when ...
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4answers
4k views

Efficiently and Safely Deleting or Un-Trashing Time Machine Backups

I have been storing my Time Machine backups on an external drive. Noticing that space was getting low, I viewed that external drive in the Finder, selected a bunch of the folders and moved them to the ...
2
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1answer
3k views

Hard drive access denied from Windows Explorer (but works from command prompt as Admin)

When I try to access a hard drive from Windows Explorer (in Windows 7), I keep getting this error: E:\ is not accessible. Access is denied. I am logged in under an admin account. Oddly, when I ...