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NWRIGHTS(1) nwrights NWRIGHTS(1)
nwrights - Show effective rights for file or directory
nwrights [ -h ] file/directory
nwrights asks the NetWare server for the effective rights the user has for a specific file
or directory. The rights the server grants are the definitive restriction for what you may
do with files or directories. The Linux permission bits are not really relevant, they can
only restrict the possibilities further.
nwrights operates on the current directory or the file or directory that is given as an
argument. Certainly the file or directory you specify has to reside on a ncpfs mounted
directory for nwrights to work properly.
-h is used to print out a short help text.
You can specify the file or directory you want information about. The default is the
current working directory.
nwrights was written by Volker Lendecke with the corresponding NetWare utility in mind.
See the Changes file of ncpfs for other contributors.
nwrights 8/1/1996 NWRIGHTS(1)
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