version 1.0.0, 2014-07-07 : Initial version
ACL file systems permissions enhancementPlaying with the acl package.
First of all, to play with acl, you must naturally have the
Then, to use acl on a file system, you must mount it with the
(either in the
/etc/fstab or temporarly using
mount -o acl,remount /fs).
Commands to use
getfacl file01→ Displays the acl of file01
setfacl -m u:user01:rx file01→ Allows user01 to read and execute file01 even if he’s neither owner nor in the right group (and that other have no permission on the file).
-Rcan be used for recursive grant.
setfacl -x g:group01 file01→ Removes the acl permission sets to the group01 group on file01.
setfacl -b file01→ Blanks (removes all) acl permissions (fall back to classic permissions mode).