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I want to set ACL permissions using this command in solaris 10 , but I get an error message.
server# mkdir dir1
server# setfacl -m user:allan:rwx dir1
setacl error: Operation not applicable
Any one can help in this matter.
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I am looking for a shell script which serves the below purpose.
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I have a dir in a server, that receives files with the wrong permissions, so I decide to put on a cron entry that changes its permitions, but because of the time gap, not all of them get changed.
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I have an application that creates the log files and they created with 600 permissions instead of 644(default). How can I set the permissions so that files can be created with 644. I looked into the /etc/profile for the umask settings and it is set 002(if UID>199). And when I type... (5 Replies)
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If User1, User2 and User3 are in the same group. User1 should not be able to view the files of User2 and User3. But User2 and User3 should be able to view all files.
How to set permission for this.
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I am completely stuck here.
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random access memory
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I want to do just what the title says. Here's why:
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