Re: 5.1-R acl problem (again)

2003-08-14 Thread Robert Watson
On Sun, 10 Aug 2003, Branko F. Gracnar wrote: Thanks for quick and very informative answer. You're right about getfacl -d (i used linux + acl patch before, where default acls are displayed without any arguments and i didn't read getfacl man page). Yeah -- the Linux tool implementation

5.1-R acl problem (again)

2003-08-14 Thread Branko F . Granar
Hi Today i added new disk partition to my 5.1-release box. I want to use ACLs, which are enabled in kernel, they work partialy. They work on a single directory or file, but they don't even apply to file/directory, when i try to set so called default ACL entry. I attached my kernel config file.

Re: 5.1-R acl problem (again)

2003-08-14 Thread Robert Watson
On Sat, 9 Aug 2003, [iso-8859-2] Branko F. Graènar wrote: Now i create directory /export/a. I want to be owned by root:wheel, others will no have any access at all and i want that user branko will have rw access to it. # mkdir a # getfacl a #file:a #owner:0 #group:0 user::rwx

Re: 5.1-R acl problem (again)

2003-08-14 Thread Branko F. Gracnar
Thanks for quick and very informative answer. You're right about getfacl -d (i used linux + acl patch before, where default acls are displayed without any arguments and i didn't read getfacl man page). Thanks alot again. But there is one thing, i don't understand. if i issue the following