Secure Files/Directories using ACLs (Access Control Lists) in Linux

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4 Responses

  1. Hariharasudhan says:

    Try the command yum install *acl* -y.

  2. ironfrogclark1 says:

    Hi ,
    cool explanation on ACL, I Have a question, what if My file permission is 700 and this is owned by some user and i have a acl for the group does the group can view write and execute in this file? or at least there should be a read permission to able to read write execute this file?


  3. arun natarajan says:

    hi dude,

    nice explanation.

    i have a question for you.

    Is ACL can be implemented between normal users alone ? is it possible to implement between root and normal user ?
    like root user owned files can be accessed, executed by normal user bysetting up ACL permission ??

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