hi,

yes, you are correct :-). Being a recent nfsv4 acls fan has made me forget that.

--
Groeten,
natxo


On Fri, Oct 26, 2012 at 9:36 AM, Ondrej Valousek <ondr...@s3group.cz> wrote:
> Well, you do not need ACLs for that, just 'chmod g+s <directory>' will do.
> But in general, I agree, this is insane requirement as nobody would ever
> think of it in Windows. Not happy w/ a traditional Unix permissions? Go for
> ACLs.
> The only pity is that the current Posix-draft hack widely used on all
> Linuxes is a mess and Rich-acl support is still nowhere in sight :-(
>
> Ondrej
>
> On 10/26/2012 09:07 AM, Natxo Asenjo wrote:
>
> On Thu, Oct 25, 2012 at 9:11 PM, KodaK <sako...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> We have many different development groups, but people can be members
> of multiple groups.  For collaboration, they'd like it when creating a
> file to have that file have a group ownership of "foo" on machine-A,
> but "bar" on machine-B.  I'd like to help the end users do this
> themselves so that I don't have to maintain separate files on each
> machine (one of the reasons I put in IPA in the first place. :) )
>
> I think what you need are filesystem acls. With acls you can specify
> that new files in a dir structure will have predefined default groups
> so all members of that particular group will be able to modify the
> files.
>
>
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