Access Control Lists for Linux (Redhat 7.2)

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Old 06-19-2002
Question Access Control Lists for Linux (Redhat 7.2)


Does anyone know if Redhat 7.2 allows for file access control lists as you can in Solaris ?

And if so, can you give me the basic command as I'm having trouble finding documentation on this.

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Old 06-20-2002
Im not sure Linux have ACL Control lists in its kernel. If RH7.2 doesnt have one give a try on this download page.

The Man Page (Command Lists for ACL)

FAQ for Acl on Linux submissions.
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